What Makes Men’s T-Shirts Become the Most Important Today?

T-shirts are always an indispensable item for each of us, especially for men, because t-shirts are popular, convenient, easy to wear and easy to coordinate, it is suitable for most men – people who always love the comfort and often exercise a lot. In the past, plain t-shirts were the type of shirt that men often chose to wear under their military uniforms to absorb sweat, but today men’s t-shirts have become a common item, worn from the inside out. Because of that, t-shirts for men have been stylized and more creative with unique textures and images. So, how was t-shirt born and developed, have you found out yet?

History of the Birth and Development of Clothing

When the beginning of evolution from ape to man is when all body hair disappears. However, at that time, our ancestors did not have the concept of clothes.

Animals and plants have adapted to have an outer layer of protection against the effects of the weather. But when humans have no body hair, there is no such ability. When cultivation and production began to form, the impact from the outside world became more and more obvious, requiring people to have something to protect and shield their bodies.

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Manish Arora – Spring/Summer 2015

Manish
Manish

For Spring Summer 2015, the Manish Arora woman has grown into a free-spirited traveller, tripping through pastel landscapes of roses and spaceships.

Prints are layered in sheer textures to create the hazy effect of double vision and dream state, whilst iridescent embroidery recalls the shimmering sun of long summer days. 3-D embroidered roses and graphic vinyl and chiffon eyes hypnotize beneath holographic panels.

An inter-play of inside versus outside sees cut away details on prints revealing hidden embroideries and jewellery glinting behind translucent glass nylon and striped knitwear touched with a gossamer lightness.

Self-reflection is playfully mirrored in pearlescent, reflective embroidery and pleated sequins. Embellishment is infused with an airy lightness throughout. Hallucinatory gods and astronauts float through kaleidoscopic lunar worlds on printed aertex and sporty mesh lined in iridescent lurex.

Allude – Spring/Summer 2015

Krop Allude
Krop Allude

I can’t change the world, but I can make it a little more pleasurable

The freedom of the individual and the many different ways in wich people live their lives provided the inspiration for my collection.

To me, being open to everything and not following any predefined rules is a sign of our times. The individual’s attitude and take on life
are the elements that perfect the look – everything is wearable, there are no rules.

Christine Phung – Spring/Summer 2015

Christine

This is the story about a woman who enjoys cycling over the volcanoes. She loves the unpredictability and danger of nature. She loves that a rock can become liquid, the interior of the earth is projected on the outside, that the land can enter and merge, like blood under the skin when she cycles at full speed between the craters. She loves that lava becomes filaments deposited in layers, and forms a new material just waiting to be tamed.

Brush Strokes

Photographer – Alice Berg
Model – Petra Hegedus @Oui Management
Stylist – Aurore Donguy
Make Up – Meyloo @B Agency
Hair – Sandra Yazoue

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Headband – SOPHIE GUYOT

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Shirt – DAVID VINCENT CAMULGO

Hat – MAISON MICHEL
Shirt – BERNARD CHANDRAN
Dress – ROLAND MOURET
Skirt – CACHAREL

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Dress – CACHAREL

Right
Top – JUNKO SHIMADA
Shirt – LIU-JO
Belt – DAVID VINCENT CAMULGO

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Dress – SANDRA MANSOUR

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Shirt – CARVEN
Overall – MISSGUIDED

Dress – SOPHIE GUYOT