New York Magazine's The Cut is now selling merchandise in the form of simplistic white t-shirts that are printed with its own headlines. Specifically, the t-shirts take inspiration from the quote cards that The Cut regularly shares on Instagram. As The Cut's president and editor in chief Stella Bugbee puts it: "We thought it was funny, basically. Several of us said we’d love to make our own custom T-shirts and we thought Cut headlines could be fun and ironic when worn on a body instead of a headline in an article."
Some of the pop culture references that can be found on the t-shirts include "Engagement Chicken," which refers to the dish Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were making the night he proposed, as well as "Let Me Fat in Peace," said by Cardi B in response to fans predicting the rapper's pregnancy.
As The Cut's t-shirts are based around of-the-moment headlines, new ones will be released on a weekly basis.
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