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  • DHL t-shirts become a luxury must-have
  • DHL t-shirts become a luxury must-have
    Lodovico W Lindemann (2016) ©
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DHL t-shirts become a luxury must-have

Parisian label Vetements has been making waves in the world of fashion as one of its catwalk pieces has become something of a cult item. Following its debut at Paris Fashion Week, the brand's bright yellow DHL t-shirt sold out in weeks, but why is it such a luxury must-have?

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