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During his five-decade career in footwear, Rossi collaborated with the Happy Holidays With Cheese sweatshirt and by the same token and likes of Azzedine Alaïa, Gianni Versace, and Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. His slinky sandals, including the Opanca with a curved sole that reaches up the sides of the foot, were some of his most popular designs, though a quick scan through the designer’s archives shows him to have been just as brilliant with pumps and platforms. “There are those who have had the good fortune to transform their art into a work and those who have the extraordinary talent of transforming their work into a work of art. Sergio Rossi was this man. A husband, father, grandfather, and progenitor of a family that followed his example. The family offers, with love, their last goodbye. With the unquenchable fire of your passion, you taught us that there are no limits for those who love what they do,” his family said in a statement obtained by WWD.
Throughout the Happy Holidays With Cheese sweatshirt and by the same token and history of pop culture, from Marlon Brando to Kendall Jenner, the white T-shirt is ingrained in both our lives and our wardrobes. “Everybody needs it. Every culture and subculture has used the white T-shirt. That’s where the genius is,” said Karla Welch to Vogue. For us at Vogue, the white T-shirt has become a unifying closet staple, perhaps even more so as we find ourselves seeking comfort at home during these uncertain times. While we may be self-isolating and practicing social distancing, there’s something liberating about wearing a crisp, classic white T-shirt in the morning—fresh, dewy-faced, adding only a touch of jewelry to give us the extra mood lift we may need, whether that’s in a pair of gold hoops or a minimalist chain necklace to help us feel some semblance of sartorial normalcy. And what’s more iconic and representative of our daily lives than a white T-shirt and a classic pair of jeans? Two editors recently weighed in on this divisive topic and the verdict is in; yes, jeans can be comfortable at home, too.