During World War I the concept of visual deception through military camouflage in order to protect personnel, equipment, vehicles, ships, aircraft and gun positions from observation (crypsis) by enemy forces or to make it appear as something else (mimicry) became a crucial part of military tactics. Military camouflage patterns have been popular in fashion and art from as early as 1919 among others appearing in the work of Andy Warhol and Ian Hamilton Finlay. In fashion, many major designers make use of its style and symbolism for political protest and as a general contradiction to the regulations of society. Presenting our own contradiction to the rules, this tee flaunts an all-over camo pattern with military green, brown, fawn and black arrays. The sides feature appliquéd color-coordinated cloth insets that are extended down to the knee. Concuring to the camouflage theme it veils matte black letters printed on the back that read „DON'T FOLLOW THE RULES “.
Exhibit this exclusive statement t-shirt by pairing it with a simple pair of skinny jeans and leather boots. 100% Cotton. Made in France
The model is wearing size Small and is 1.71 m tall.