With the arrival of spring, fashion brands all across the world are launching their new collections for the first season of 2021.
However, none attracted more attention than Burberry’s latest 2021 spring collection by creative director Riccardo Tisci where several men’s shirts were featured with two large circular cutouts on their chest, making it the focus of many discussions online.
According to foreign media, Tisci’s vision for the season was centered around the romance between “mermaids and sharks.”
Known for combining seemingly unconnected elements together, Burberry debuted its “exploration of contrasting worlds” through its graphic designs and unconventional cuts.
The T-shirt, priced at NT$21,900 proved to be very popular and has been sold out, according to Taiwan’s Burberry website.
Social media users immediately commented online on the modern design and jokingly claim that good men don’t cover their chest, making a wordplay on a phrase in Mandarin with similar meaning for “good men don’t keep other women.”
Some also coined it the “good men uniform,” while others questioned whether those who bought the shirt would feel “breezy” every time they go out.
The cutout design has been with the Burberry brand for some time now, with many social media users claiming that the introduction of “nipple windows” really changed their views of the world.