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Bunch of changes to the site and I'm going insane. I'm wrist deep in my computer, trying to update themes and get titles in the correct case and accidentally re-posting old posts. Please forgive any weirdness with blog posts/dates/order, as I correct the course of the ole series of tubes. But you people don't come here for excuses or apologies; you come for my weighty prose. Today, we'll take a quick look at Fanmail.
My mum put me onto Fanmail after reading about the Brooklyn-based label in the New York Times Men's Style section. Former actor Drake rocked a Fanmail 'fit at a show in Paris, so the brand has already gotten the all-important Canadian co-sign. I figured Mum and Drizzy couldn't be wrong, so I popped over to peep the Fanmail ss15 lookbook.
photographer: milan zrnic / grooming: kristian bankston / model: louis mayhew
The clothes are super basic, with an aesthetic I can only describe as clean and comfortable. And since Fanmail puts an emphasis on transparency, sustainability, and local production these are guilt-free garms that you can condescend to your friends about during discussions of American manufacturing and the complexities of free trade in a global economy. Real talk: you know a label means business when they actually put "luxe" in the name of a t-shirt.
That's the Fanmail Luxe Hemp Tee in Optic White and it costs 128 USD. If you were looking for another reason to get rich, this is it. Think about the crushing blow you will deal to the self-esteem of random passersby as they experience the majesty of your plain white tee uberflex.
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