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China Virus Survivor T-shirt

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New Yorkers who are China Virus Survivor T-shirt . used to having access to everything!. haven’t been able to shop the bags IRL until now. Uniform just opened a pop-up inside the Webster in SoHo, complete with brand-new styles, colors, and a rainbow of monogram options (including the Webster’s beloved flamingo, bien sûr). Signoles is expecting the monogram machine to be put to good use; the U.S. has been L/Uniform’s biggest e-commerce market thus far, and personalization is a big draw. “Americans love special orders!” she said. “They love mixing different canvas colors and monogram colors.

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They play around with /Uniform, and I love that China Virus Survivor T-shirt .”Signoles was in New York to celebrate the pop-up with an intimate preview and lunch, and to meet her is to be fully convinced that you, too, need a monogrammed tote in your life. She was dressed in silk Prada pajamas in her favorite shade of pale pink (even her business cards are pink!) and a stack of gold bangles. The fact that blush is also the Webster’s signature shade is a nice coincidence. “I don’t really work with many department stores, because I like to have my own stuff and create my own [atmosphere], and I need my monogram machines,” Signoles said. “But [Webster owner] Laure [Hériard Dubreuil] is one of the best.” The Webster isn’t like most department stores, of course; the vibe is less “multibrand boutique,” more artful, rose-tinted pied-à-terre. Uniform’s pop-up is situated on the third floor in a sunny corner with turquoise floral wallpaper and a plush carpet in (what else?) pink. Signoles pointed out L/Uniform’s new “tool bag,” plus a brand-new colorway across all of the bags: olive canvas with emerald leather trim. “This is what I’ve been wearing every day, and the green is really like a neutral,” she explained.In addition to the Seoul shop, Signoles is working on a collaboration with Hiroshi Fujiwara and likely has a stand-alone New York shop on her mind, too. For now, she’s excited to see how the Webster’s clients mix and match their Uniform suitcases, crossbodies, and beach bags. “It used to be that customers wanted all of their bags to match in the same colors,” she said. “But now, people are mixing them up. I love when people choose a colorful canvas and a totally different color for their initials.”
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3 reviews for China Virus Survivor T-shirt

  1. Zachariah Zeulner

    Exceeded my expectations
    I bought these for my husband and they fit perfectly. He’s a tough one to buy clothes for and hates the way everything fits. To my surprise he loves these. Not to mention he had to have them for work and I was very worried he wouldn’t like them and he loves them

  2. James Breslin

    Good value
    It’s summer and I practically live in T-shirts every day. I bought three of the two-packs in different colors and all were cut to fit the same, colors were very true to photos. Soft, comfortable, I’d definitely buy more if needed.

  3. Alyson Ryan

    These fit the way I like them to. Exactly what I was looking for. 👍😁

    1 inch wide collar. Roughly 7 inch sleeves. Not slim fit or slim cut. The collars are close to my neck, the way they look when police or military personnel wear them. The sleeves come down to my elbows. This is how I like for my tshirts to be.

    The cotton is a light, but sturdy material. The collars hold their shape well even if I sweat some or they get wet. I haven’t seen any shrinking. By the way, with tshirts, washing in cold or warm water and then drying on low heat is the best way to ensure one’s tshirts and cotton items don’t shrink. 👍

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