Infinite Horizons - Oversized T-shirtVSTL
OExplore infinite horizons with the Infinite Horizons oversized t-shirt
he Infinite Horizons oversized t-shirt is wearable art. With its unique and innovative design, this t-shirt will take you on a journey beyond the boundaries of your imagination. Made with high-quality materials, it offers extraordinary comfort and timeless style. Dream big and surpass every limit with the Infinite Horizons oversized t-shirt. Explore new horizons with this t-shirt that combines art and fashion.
Limited edition , design by vittorio salvatore
- SIZE WORN
- Size M
- 100% COTTON
- Available Sizes
- S M L
- Colour availability
- handmade in tuscany
Maximum washing temperature: 30°C.
Do not bleach
Gentle ironing at a maximum temperature of 110°C
Do not dry clean
Do not tumble dry
Dry in the shade by hanging after spinning
Printed garments: We recommend ironing the garment inside out and at a low temperature, as well as avoiding ironing the printed area for too long. If possible, we recommend inserting an additional cloth between the iron and the garment to be ironed, thus avoiding the appearance of shiny marks or streaks.
The T-shirt is a garment made of fabric, often in jersey or knit fabric, without buttons and without a collar, that covers the torso of the wearer. It can be designed with long or short sleeves, using natural fabrics such as cotton or synthetic fibers. T-shirts can be solid-colored or feature multi-color patterns.
Marlon Brando wears a short-sleeved T-shirt in the movie A Streetcar Named Desire.
Although similar clothing items with varying sleeve lengths can be found throughout ancient times (such as among the Etruscans) and during the Renaissance period, examples of garments resembling a T-shirt became widespread only from the 18th century as undergarments, and from the 19th century as workwear due to their comfort and the absence of a collar, which is a distinctive element of elegance.
Sailors in the 19th century wore a variation very close to the contemporary model, characterized by typical horizontal stripes.
World War II In the 1940s, the US military adopted the crew-neck T-shirt as part of the uniform for its soldiers. As a result, the use of T-shirts spread widely in Europe during World War II.
The 1950s and the influence of cinema The popularity of the T-shirt as a fashion garment, beyond its intimate or workwear use, solidified in the 1950s when American fashion spread worldwide through cinema. Famous actors like James Dean and Marlon Brando wore the iconic white short-sleeved T-shirt on the big screen, paired with a pair of jeans. From that moment on, the T-shirt became firmly established in contemporary fashion.
Shipping: Orders are shipped from Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) by SDA-GLS-TNT.
The products will be delivered within 1-2 working days from the moment of departure, except for unforeseen events beyond our control.
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