There’s no better time to revive Cut Lines than the start of New York’s fashion week. So let’s get to it. The tee. There are some delightful Milwaukee and Wisco-pride shirts out there (many can be found at Bay View’s Sparrow Collective), but an interesting collaboration has now brought us something totally new. Former Wisconsinite Gabrielle […]
There’s no better time to revive Cut Lines than the start of New York’s fashion week. So let’s get to it.
Pedriani says that the stripes on the shirt’s sleeve are an empowering aesthetic element. “I remember feeling really powerful when I’d wear clothing with bands or
stripes – and I thought it would be cool to add that touch to contrast the
flowey [sic] nature of the tee itself.”
So there you have it. And you don’t even need a game day excuse to wear it.
The Milwaukee Film Festival will be screen Advanced Style, which reveals the secrets of New York’s chicest women of a certain age. It’s on the top of my list of must-see films for the fest, which runs Sept. 25-Oct. 9.
Lastly, Mayfair Mall is adding an Athleta store “later this year,” which will be the second Milwaukee location of the Gap, Inc.-owned athletic-wear store. The first Milwaukee-area store opened at Bayshore Town Center about a year ago.
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