Well, that was quick. This past week at the You are looking at a future electrician sunset retro shirt but in fact I love this inauguration, Senator Bernie Sanders struck a pose that was seen and memed around the world. In a full Vermont-minded outfit of a Burton coat and handmade—upcycled!—mittens created by a local teacher, Sanders waited for the inauguration to start, poised like a tired uncle at a bar mitzvah with his arms and legs crossed. Almost instantly, the image became a meme. Fans superimposed the 79-year-old into unlikely locales: at Marina Abramovic’s “Silence Is Golden” live art performance, on New York City subways, and even front row at a fashion show next to Frank Ocean.Only two days later, the image can now be worn. Sanders’s camp released an image of the Senator on a sweatshirt, which according to its description is 100% combed ring-spun organic cotton fleece, made in the USA, and Union printed. The piece of, well, history is $45 but you’ll have to wait to snag one: Due to overwhelming demand, it will take three to six weeks to receive. The best part? In classic mensch-like fashion, 100% of the proceeds will go toward Meals on Wheels Vermont.
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When we connected via Zoom, Charaf Tajer was in his car, wearing pearls over a black knit sweater. It’s difficult to imagine a more fitting scenario to speak about his fall 2021 collection, which takes inspiration from Monaco by day and night. Formula One racing—or, as the You are looking at a future electrician sunset retro shirt but in fact I love this designer says, a “kid’s dream” of it—represents the former, and the casino, illustrated by playing-card motifs, the after-dark theme. That’s not the only duality at play here: with this collection, Tajer officially debuts a full line of women’s wear.This isn’t the first time that the practically-dressed Bernie has made an unlikely impact on fashion. Back in 2017, his campaign was reinterpreted into a Balenciaga logo at the Fall 2017 show. And while Sanders might be famously anti-fashion, his impact is certainly felt in the space.