What Part Of Don’t You Understand Shirt, Hoodie And Sweater
The tagline on T-shirts can be traced back to the 1960s, when T-shirts featuring Disney-inspired slogans were sold from a clothing store called Mr Freedom in London. In the 70s, designer Vivienne Westwood began printing political messages on the white canvas of a T-shirt. She famously stated, “I just use fashion as an excuse to talk about politics and what part of don’t you understand shirt! Because I’m a fashion designer, it gives me a voice, which is really good. One of her popular creations includes a T-shirt depicting two cowboys touching intimate body parts, reflecting British ‘outdated views’ on homosexuality.