(Picture: Vetements)Remember when you left school and you spent days getting everyone to sign your shirt?
Once completed you probably threw it in a drawer and never looked at it again.
Well, you better dig it out because it’s back in fashion.
Vetements is selling a shirt in that exact style for £790, complete with ‘Class of 2029’ scribbled across the back (even if that is a full 10 years away, which makes it a shirt for eight year olds).
It includes names, jokes and words of encouragement for the future in both Georgian and English, inspired by designer Demna Gvasalia’s Georgian heritage.
Gvasalia is currently the creative head at Balenciaga.
(Picture: MyTheresa)The shirt is available in sizes XS-L but the medium and large have already sold out. People are really keen to relive their schooldays.
The website says: ‘Crafted in Italy, this white cotton design is shaped into an oversized version of a classic shirting silhouette. Dad sneakers and plaid shorts will complete this look, as seen on the runway.’
Of course, if you can’t quite afford the designer version and you discover your old shirt is long gone, you could recreate your own with just a white shirt and some markers.
(Picture: SSENSE)Get your friends involved and just hope you don’t end up with a penis drawn over the back.
It’s not the only quirky designer piece we’ve spotted recently.
Last week, we brought you this £3,025 skirt made from denim waistbands.
The Junya Watanabe Indigo Denim Mix Panelled Skirt is just a bunch of legs from different shades of jeans sewn together into an A-line skirt.
What a time to be alive.
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