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As iPhones get bigger The Remote Is Mine Remote Controller T-Shirt . sneakers get chunkier, and earrings get wider, handbags are getting smaller. When Simon Porte, the designer behind Jacquemus, first introduced the ‘Le Chiquito’ bag, they were an anomaly, only two models in his Fall 2017 Ready-to-Wear collection were holding tiny bags. And yet, the tiny bag made an outsize impression.
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Almost immediately, Jacquemus mini bags were spotted on the likes of Kendall Jenner in New York, after the Met Gala last year, and Rihanna, while on a trip to Barbados The Remote Is Mine Remote Controller T-Shirt . One season later, virtually every model who walked Jacquemus’s F/W 2018 collection was carrying a mini bag in varying brightly coloured hues.This season, Simon Porte introduced the mini ‘Le Chiquito’ bag; an even smaller 2” long creation with the capacity to hold a pair of small earrings or, more cynically, a bag of drugs. These miniscule bags have even gone as far as becoming the identifier for the Jacquemus brand, and and are now one of the most sought after designer bags.While functionality clearly doesn’t define this trend, the high price tag and air of exclusivity do. From Chanel and BOYY, to Staud and By Far, we’ve now seen countless high-end takes on this style. By Far’s products tend to play with texture and colour, while BOYY and Staud produce pint size bags that explore geometric shapes. Chanel took the trend one step further by layering two mini bags, or ‘side packs’, on models in their Spring/Summer 2019 show. More recently, Chanel continued to play with size in their Resort 2020 show, where tiny bags were hanging from gold-chained belts on the waists of top models Of course, Simon Porte hardly invented the mini bag. If you cast your mind back to Fendi’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection, Karl Lagerfeld was the first to introduce us to the modern mini bag phenomenon. His take was structured and embellished, accompanied by fluffy oversized key chains. However, women have also been carrying around mini bags long before Fendi’s 2015 collection. From the early to mid 1900s, women carried around small purses or ‘reticules’. These small purses were especially popular in the early 1900s, and were often carried by wealthy women because they were small, elegant and held very little. During this time, these small purses were a status symbol, and to a certain degree, this still rings true today. Members of the royal family, such as Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, often don’t carry a purse with them at all.
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Olivia Kemp –
Good basic t shirts
My boyfriend wears these every day as under shirts. These are the exact same that you can find at JoAnn Fabrics, Hobby Lobby, or other craft stores. I will say, that he prefers the shirts that have no tag at the top, because his skin gets irritated by the tag. These shirts do have a tag.
Travis Smith –
These cotton t-shirts have a nice feel to them.
I did NOT try them on before I washed them and my 2XL t-shirts fit perfectly, but I do believe they shrunk about 1/2 size from just looking at them but boy do they feel nice when you put them on!!
Robert Minott –
Great quality, but order a size up.
After an inspection of the clothing they appear to be made quite well. There were no openings in the seems, no loose/unraveling threads, no tears, or stains.
Unfortunately, even with measuring myself before ordering, they did not fit. I ordered medium, in accordance to their sizing chart, but it felt much too tight. Almost like it was trying to be a muscle shirt. So, order a size bigger and you should be good there.
Finally, I learned I don’t like “heavy cotton.” A lot of other reviewers said the fabric was soft. To me it was indeed heavy, too heavy, and was more roughly-textured that I expected. Not what I call soft.
I liked the quality of the construction though, and these issues ultimately shouldn’t count against the product itself. Size chart just needs some adjustment, and the fabric issues are just my own preferences.