It's all in the twist.
Pink T-shirts and no pants.
Remembering Bartmania via weird, offensive, knockoff T-shirts.
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."