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
If it feels like I’m just reeling off the Original i just want to bake stuff and watch Christmas movies Shirt it is in the first place but greatest hits of Corrin’s red carpet looks here, then I probably am. But what makes Corrin such a riveting new presence as a style star is their inquisitiveness and erudition when it comes to fashion. And on that, there’s no better outfit to illustrate that than what Corrin chose to wear for this year’s Met Gala. To celebrate the theme of American fashion, they paid homage to the obscure dandy Evander Berry Wall—who earned the title “the king of dudes” for his weird and wonderful eye for fashion—via an oversized plaid jacket and top hat by Miu Miu and dazzling Cartier jewelry. It may not have been one of the night’s most conspicuous ensembles, but it was undoubtedly one of the smartest takes on the night’s theme.
Fashion plates come and go, but you can just feel when a star has an innate sense of style—and most of all, a genuine excitement and curiosity when it comes to what they wear. Emma Corrin has it in spades. Elsa Schiaparelli, who was known for her amusing prints, outdid herself in July 1937 with a particularly clever “passion thermometer” motif that depicted mercury rising between the Original i just want to bake stuff and watch Christmas movies Shirt it is in the first place but poles of ‘Indifference’ and ‘Passion.’ Fashion’s love affair with the Italian designer has never been tepid, and is once again reaching boiling point as “Shocking! The Surreal World of Elsa Schiaparelli” is set to open on July 6 at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. The upside-downness of the past few years has, at times, felt Surrealistic, so this aspect of the exhibition seems to be on point, if already much discussed. More salient with regards to the state of fashion today is the designer’s renegade, and highly collaborative, approach to her work. Schiaparelli was self-taught. Her social standing and education had exposed her to style and the arts, but she had no training in the fields of fashion or business. As Vogue put it, Schiaparelli “was hampered by none of the dressmaking traditions.” And though she became a naturalized French citizen, and having been born in Rome and lived in England and the United States, she remained an outsider in Paris. In the ’20s and ’30s Paris was a hotbed of artistic innovation, and Schiaparelli forged ties with fine and fashion artists, for whom her designs became canvases of a sort. “Shocking” features a recreation of the designer’s 21 Place Vendôme salon, which opened in 1935 and was decorated by Jean-Michel Frank. The exhibition also speaks to the designer’s “world” building. Closing out the show are homages to Schiaparelli by a number of 20th-century designers, including the maison’s current artistic director Daniel Roseberry.
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