In T-shirt form.
Including, but not limited to, Abercrombie & Fitch.
The former male model has crossed over to the retail side.
By employing the fashion illustrator Richard Haines.
Take her mix-and-match aesthetic for a spin.
Tie-dye, your old best friend from summer camp.
Both parties are tweeting about it.
"It's very sad."
The Advertising Standards Authority said the shirts were "harmful to children."
"Doctoral candidates interested in the degradation patterns of various grades of American cotton should set up workstations here."
It's a different design direction than his popular Hilary Clinton tee's, but we'll bet it sells out fast.
From shoes to shirts to jewelry, fashion companies are cranking out election-inspired apparel, and it's not cheap.
A new graphic tee inspired by environmental disaster and the artwork of Kurt Cobain, the first in a series of New Museum–sponsored collaborations.