An enduring casualwear classic, the t-shirt is the universal basic of contemporary designer women's collections. Always versatile, the apparel item has been used over decades for designer’s expression, a canvas to experiment with embroidered logos, bonded graphics, and large and loud sloganism to photographic and typographic prints. Long sleeve styles usually pay homage to skate and streetwear culture allowing layering while dropped shoulders and raglan sleeves give a looser draped silhouette. Tucked into a pair of jeans or trousers, the t-shirt assumes a clean, minimal form often appealing in its informal charm. Oversized pieces guarantee a sense of comfortable swagger while new technical fabrics brought the garment to new levels for the avant-garde and athleisure scene. More traditional cotton jersey pieces take distressing, fading, and other treatments for character and comfort.