With help from former Proenza Schouler designer Madeline von Froomer, Sophomore translates the easy insouciance of its women’s T-shirts into draping, body-con dresses and slim little shorts. The label is the brainchild of fashion designer Chrissie Miller, a late-night party fixture in Manhattan's Lower East Side who started out designing sexy tees for friends and ended up creating a full clothing collection for all her subsequent fans. Sophomore’s T-shirts are now its signature staple: styles come with buttons, lace, or graphic prints. A groovy riff on basics meant to be worn season after season, Sophomore has attracted a diverse community of devotees that includes everyone from Lindsay Lohan to designer Alexander Wang.
Make like Alexander Wang—who's a fan—and consider rocking a T-shirt from upstart designer Chrissie Miller's collection of chic shirts. We've got understated pocket tees, eye-catching v-necks, and a handful of Miller's make-a-statement designs. Warning: Not all of these designs are, as they say, safe for work.
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