The signature lip motif on Markus Lupfer’s

T-shirt is inspired by model Lara Stone’s famous pout.

It’s made from cotton-blend jersey and decorated with

sequins and beads – look closely and you’ll notice the

rose gold ones resemble miniature flowers.  



Tuck it into jeans.

Gucci’s Resort ’17 runway featured T-shirts

inspired by ’80s prints. Made from lightly

distressed cotton-jersey, this version is

stamped with the brand’s logo – a key trend

this season – and has floral and tiger appliqués

at the back. Take your styling tip from the

show and wear it under a leather jacket.

Add to your wardrobe of basics with this 2-pack

of Dorla T-shirts from Acne Studios.



Both crafted from pink cotton jersey for comfort,

one features “Acne” and the other “Studios” printed

inside the back neck for subtle brand recognition.



Style yours with leather jackets and second -skin denim.




The black T-shirt, a timeless classic, receives an edgy

update from Saint Laurent. The black style is adorned

with a playfully macabre print, reminiscent of the

Rolling Stones’ iconic album cover.

Wear yours with close-fitting denim jeans for a chic

off-duty look.  Prada’s Spring ’17 collection celebrates modern

women of today through contemporary patterns

and textures. Made in Italy.  

This T-shirt is decorated with a pink and purple pout

motif and defined by navy ribbed-knit trims.

Tuck yours into tailored black pants, or channel the

runway and opt for a clashing print Saint Laurent’s black

T-shirt is crafted from soft, mid-weight cotton-jersey.

It’s cut for a slightly loose fit so it’s ultra comfortable and flatters every shape.

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