During the 1950s, the T-shirt, rebelliously cultivated by such legends as James Dean and Marlon Brando, became an essential item in every adolescent's wardrobe, and it has remained so ever since. Both democratic and fashionable, this basic yet timeless piece of clothing is an expressive forum coveted by political movements, the art world, and advertising alike. The T-shirt—herald of striking messages, carrier of poignant slogans—has written the history of the modern world. Whether vintage or personalized, the T-shirt truly deserves a genuine biography.
Charlotte Brunel works as a fashion journalist. She contributes regularly to Le Monde and L'Express. Cofounder of WAD magazine, Bruno Collin has one of the most impressive collections of T-shirts in the world. 400 pages, 6 x 8.5"
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