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I Work Hard So My Motorcycle Can Have A Better Life shirt
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As James so clearly I Work Hard So My Motorcycle Can Have A Better Life shirt. puts it, the time when the fashion industry could insulate itself, or remain neutral or detached from politics, is now a thing of the past. “The real barometer of luxury today is the care that someone puts into something and the values that a brand stands for. I’m not afraid of it because I’m also not interested in entertaining anyone or creating for anyone that doesn’t value me as a human or my rights. I don’t want their money. I’m not a ‘sell the shoe at all cost’ type of designer, and I would never want to be. Life is too short for that.
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Another, titled Witch Pimp, is an avatar with a J.Lo style floppy hat in a tangerine-hued skirt suit complete with a tactile vest, all of which is accessorized with a saucy strut and the music of “Human Nature” by Madonna I Work Hard So My Motorcycle Can Have A Better Life shirt. “It’s a pocket of emotion. Like, ‘Let’s do something silly and strange and put this music to it.’” says Mohney. “It’s this work unto itself and I have fun doing them.” Of course, there are restrictions when using the program: The outfits are already pre-loaded into Adobe Fuse as relatively standard pieces. It is up to Mohney to customize them and play with the avatar’s body’s form to alter the pieces. “You’re designing the body underneath it so it is tinkering with the shape,” he says. “It is like an archetype of stuff like a blazer with a jacket. It’s like, ‘How do I fuck this up?” Here, Mohney can transform denim shorts into pin and green python print shorts by tinkering with the textures, fabrics, and colors. As for the silhouette, Mohney cinches waists and expands hips, hunching shoulders for an aristocratic hunch. In the end, the restrictions don’t really feel like restrictions. “The constraints are the fun of it,” says Mohney. “It is kind of a task