Peter Do, an independent Softball Player 2020 quarantined shirt. label based in New York with 12 employees, will donate 100% of its sale proceeds for the month of June to Color of Change, the Black Youth Project 100, and Black Visions Collective. “With the murder of George Floyd, we as a family decided it was our duty to speak for the first time on the brand channel and to follow words with actions via a financial pledge: An attack against one is an attack against all,” creative director Peter Do tells Vogue. “This is our ongoing commitment to fight for a racially equitable world, not only in word but in deed.”
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Fashion has gone even more digital. Amid social distancing, there have been campaigns photographed remotely while fashion shows have been composed completely of avatars such as Animal Crossing Softball Player 2020 quarantined shirt. And of course, there has been a surge of digital creations on Instagram. One feed that has caught my own eye recently has been Edwin Mohney’s shimmying, grooving, and strutting avatars. The Central Saint Martins graduate has been known for his artful sourcing of thrift store materials and surplus fabrics, which he uses to create the likes of over-the-top designs with exaggerated proportions. Think: larger-than-life confection gowns and evening dresses with a high-waisted pannier. Now, Mohney has been funneling those silhouette-warping thoughts into the computer. So far, Mohney has created several Sim-like avatars on the program Adobe Fuse, which is currently in a beta testing version. Each avatar sequence boasts a quippy name, such as “Stop Waiting!!!!”, and fulfills an action that corresponds with the title. “It is like an emotional reaction. it is just a vibe,” says Mohney. For “Stop Waiting!!!!”, the avatar is dressed in a black and white harlequin print jumpsuit and sprints across the screen to the tune of actor Shia Lebouf’s inspirational speech “Just Do It.