Sneak Peek: Lanvin, Alex Wang, Givenchy, Proenza, and Balmain T-Shirts Honoring Style.com

Happy birthday, Style.com! The granddaddy of all fashion sites turns 10 this week, and its celebrating with a limited edition run of t-shirts created by ten top designers. We got a sneak peek of the first five tees, made by Lanvin, Alex Wang, Givenchy, Proenza Schouler, and Balmain. Nicole Phelps, one of our favorite runway show reviewers and executive editor of Style, says that the staff wanted to give the designers "a blank canvas to work with. Plus, people love tees. Ours are a nice, affordable $45 and a portion of the proceeds go to Computers For Youth." The common denominator? Each designer used the roman numeral X in their work. We're partial to Lanvin's iteration, mostly because we're partial to Alber's sketches. But you know, Proenza's isn't bad either. Nor is Givenchy's. In reality , they're all equally fantastic. Want one of these slouchy stunners for yourself? They'll be for sale at Style.com’s mobile pop-up shop in Madison Square Park on September 15, on the site September 16. Click through to see the designer's work.
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Happy birthday, Style.com! The granddaddy of all fashion sites turns 10 this week, and its celebrating with a limited edition run of t-shirts created by ten top designers. We got a sneak peek of the first five tees, made by Lanvin, Alex Wang, Givenchy, Proenza Schouler, and Balmain. Nicole Phelps, one of our favorite runway show reviewers and executive editor of Style, says that the staff wanted to give the designers "a blank canvas to work with. Plus, people love tees. Ours are a nice, affordable $45 and a portion of the proceeds go to Computers For Youth." The common denominator? Each designer used the roman numeral X in their work. We're partial to Lanvin's iteration, mostly because we're partial to Alber's sketches. But you know, Proenza's isn't bad either. Nor is Givenchy's. In reality , they're all equally fantastic. Want one of these slouchy stunners for yourself? They'll be for sale at Style.com’s mobile pop-up shop in Madison Square Park on September 15, on the site September 16. Click through to see the designer's work.
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Lanvin

Happy birthday, Style.com! The granddaddy of all fashion sites turns 10 this week, and its celebrating with a limited edition run of t-shirts created by ten top designers. We got a sneak peek of the first five tees, made by Lanvin, Alex Wang, Givenchy, Proenza Schouler, and Balmain.

Nicole Phelps, one of our favorite runway show reviewers and executive editor of Style, says that the staff wanted to give the designers "a blank canvas to work with. Plus, people love tees. Ours are a nice, affordable $45 and a portion of the proceeds go to Computers For Youth." The common denominator? Each designer used the roman numeral X in their work.

We're partial to Lanvin's iteration, mostly because we're partial to Alber's sketches. But you know, Proenza's isn't bad either. Nor is Givenchy's. In reality , they're all equally fantastic.

Want one of these slouchy stunners for yourself? They'll be for sale at Style.com’s mobile pop-up shop in Madison Square Park on September 15, on the site September 16.

Until then, you can go to Style.com to see the looks modeled by Chloe Sevigny, Anna Dello Russo and Leigh Lezark.