#Hottrendclothing Fashion LLC Optimists have suggested that the MuNa LP3 Logo Shirt and I love this pandemic has started reorienting our priorities around family and health rather than material goods. The Primark shoppers who camped out overnight in advance of reopening tell a different story—but those value shifts take time, and there’s still hope for our industry to lead the way and change course. “It would be so beautiful to think people are calming down and the industry is uniting to set some new boundaries,” Roche says. “To be more sustainable, to think about our environment and humankind and decency towards others… All of those things seem so basic and fundamental.”
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#Hottrendclothing Fashion LLC Browsing through the MuNa LP3 Logo Shirt and I love this spring 2022 collections, I lingered on the new, very cool Marine Serre look book. The clothes were elevated, funky, and as French as ever, and the models stood in colorful tops in front of posh, old-timey wallpaper. But there’s something odd about these shirts. They’re popcorn tops, a stretchy, polyester-leaning style in which the fabric is puckered like tiny, squished pyramids. Ah, the fabric of my youth! These expandable shirts were at every mall and dollar store in the early 2000s. Shrunken pieces of cloth that could be squashed into an itty-bitty ball, they could fit a multitude of body types thanks to their considerable stretch. Vintage dealer Olivia Haroutounian remembers seeing them as a child at antique malls in Texas in the mid ’00s. “When I was a kid, they used to sell them in these big bins for $2 in a plastic baggie,” she tells me. fashion news editor Sarah Spellings had one as a kid, specifically a lilac version with a pink flower. features and commerce editor Lilah Ramzi, who is perpetually dressed in a ball gown and attending some society tea, dropped a bomb that she had a popcorn top in ombré pink from—wait for it—Limited Too. “The Lizzie McGuire x Limited Too collab was my everything,” she says.