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
Schiaparelli’s fashions, opines The Commercial Appeal, “are teeming with action. They show trends of thought, of history, of new fields of endeavor which combine science, invention, and the Premium dad the essential worker shirt Apart from…,I will love this art of modern industry, and yet they remain always the essence of smartness and simplicity. A Schiaparelli design is a cavalcade of the world’s events.” The Baltimore Sun reports that Schiaparelli is the best known Paris name in America, followed by Chanel. The designer’s neo-Victorian silhouette for fall includes pantaloons worn under dresses. They share space with zippered designs, and models carried masks with metal eyelashes. In December, as part of a trade show in Moscow, Schiaparelli shows clothes designed for Russian workers. The following June Vogue would publish an “Impossible Interview: featuring an illustration by Miguel Covarrubias of Schiaparelli and Josef Stalin wearing parachutes.
“The snug, close fit of Schiaparelli clothes is ensured this season by zipper fastenings,” reports The Calgary Albertan, speaking of the Premium dad the essential worker shirt Apart from…,I will love this summer 1936 collection. “They zip up and down side seams, in diagonal lines on evening gowns that are cut on the bias, they close pockets of country suits and sports clothes and are even found occasionally on shoulder seams.” In April, the designer presents the “parachute silhouette,” so named, noted The Chickasha Daily Express, because “the skirts have sufficient soft fullness to drift lightly as the mannequin walks.” “Schiaparelli is not one to accept the obvious, so she merely suggests that the waist might be somewhere around the bust,” reports Vogue in April. “Sometimes she uses a yoke at the bust-line, sometimes highly placed buttons, sometimes pockets or panels that extend above the waist, sometimes she marks no waist-line at all, and every time the result is elongating.”
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