Classic Men T-shirt
- 100% Cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
- Medium fabric (5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²))
- Classic fit
- Tear away label
- Runs true to size
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Rabbit Skins 3321
Twill tape covers the shoulder seams to stabilize the back of the garment and prevent stretching
Solid colors are 100% cotton; Heather colors are 50% cotton, 50% polyester (Sport Grey is 90% cotton, 10% polyester); Antique colors are 60% cotton, 40% polyester
Without side seams
Knitted in one piece using tubular knit, it reduces fabric waste and makes the garment more attractive
Ribbed knit collar without seam
Ribbed knit makes the collar highly elastic and helps retain its shape
Made from specially spun fibers that make a very strong and smooth fabric that is perfect for printing
I laugh to myself all the Awesome mom and heart shirt moreover I will buy this time because I’ll walk into a casting or a fitting and I’m walking in with my sneakers and my baggy clothes, my boxers, and just super, super boyish. Then they will put me in a pair of pants and I’m like, okay, it’s not so bad. And then they’ll be like, no, no, no, we’re gonna put them in a dress. Somehow I always just end up in a dress one way or another. It’s funny to me because then I just leave in my boxers and I’m like, okay, duality. I can do it both ways [laughs]. Oh yes. I mean, growing up, I was not one to wear dresses. My mom even acknowledges this, I would be kicking and screaming to put a dress on, I’m just really uncomfortable with it. I’m like, why does that girl get to wear pants for a show? But at the end of the day, it’s just a job. Though either way in my head I’m wishing I was in a pair of pants.
Yeah. [laughs] I’m misgendered more than I’m not. I guess I’m just used to it at this point, but I’m not one to be triggered or get super upset if I’m misgendered. Because I know that I do appear pretty feminine and have long hair, and whatever. But for the Awesome mom and heart shirt moreover I will buy this most part, I mean, I am kind of over it. I personally address everyone as “they,” because I don’t know and I don’t want to unintentionally hurt somebody’s feelings. I also get that it is still a relatively new concept for some people, but it really just boils down to just basic respect for others. Do you ever feel like casting non-binary models or models on the spectrum is a trend? Or do you see it as a positive step forward? I feel both, because it’s still so new for some people that you can’t really tell if it’s gonna stick around, even if it’s just a trend or not. But in the end, this is how the world is now and how people are beginning to identify themselves. I’m in between. I guess we’ll have to see. It’s been a learning experience that I’ve lived through with my agent. I’m really grateful to have that kind of support. I’ve realized that I walk the most during women’s seasons over men’s, when they’re looking to have masc bodies in the shows. At the beginning I would always present very masc in the shows, but over time I’ve been presenting more femme. When it comes to fashion week, I’m always optioned for both men’s and women’s calendars now [meaning their agency offers Magdaleno as a casting option for all shows, regardless of gender]. New York was the first place where I felt clients take this approach, then Paris, and then Milan. There’s also some things that my agent and I had decided beforehand, like not working with brands whose values don’t match up to what we’re hoping to achieve or see.
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