There’s a New App That Just Sells Black V-necks

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Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter Inc., speaks during a panel discussion at the CTIA Wireless conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., on Thursday, March 25, 2010. Amazon.com Inc., EBay Inc. and New York Times Co. will show Twitter updates, or tweets, on their sites, the company announced earlier this month. Photographer: Jacob Kepler/Bloomberg via Getty Images *** Biz Stone
Photo: Jacob Kepler/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Apparently, black V-necks are all you need, not — as previously reported — love. A new start-up called, what else, BlackV Club, which is still in beta, promises to sell you "Only Black V-necks," in the mold of Zuckerberg, Brin, and Biz Stone, pictured above. Co-founder Edward Lando told Quartz that he'd like the company to be "the Oprah's Book Club of fashion." (But, you know, with black V-necks.) The company hasn't actually hit on the Platonic black V-neck yet (remember, beta) but they do have a tagline: "The world's most successful people don't spend time choosing what to wear. Neither should you." Do these magical T-shirts come with an attached mike and a ticket to Disrupt?