Statement and slogan tees were all over the runway this year at New York and Paris Fashion Weeks.
Make a statement with your fashion.
Vogue covered the new trend seen on the runways at Paris FashionWeek.
Baja East had models walk down the runway in their “Thriving” tee. Maria Grazia Chiuri’s “We Should All Be Feminists” needed no explanation and Haider Ackermann showed versions of the slogan tee that read: “Be Your Own Hero” and “Silent Soldier.”
Prabal Gurung had a lot of great feminist tees in their Paris runway show.
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The great thing about statement tees is that there are so many directions to go with the trend— fun, sassy, serious, political, or whatever you want!
Paco Rabanne’s Julien Dossena collaborated with graphic designer Peter Saville to make “Futuresex” and “Canned Candies” tees.
Henry Holland had his House of Holland models strut down the runway wearing his 10-year anniversary shirts that read: “Let’s Get Obscene Cara Delevingne” and “I’d Get On All Fours For Michael Kors.”
These wordy tees are everywhere this season. While the shirt style is not exactly new, the trend got a re-vamp this year for sure. This T-shirt style is definitely a versatile item for your wardrobe— dress it up with heels or dress it down with jeans and some tennis shoes.
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