The Paris Review is commemorating its 200th issue. MAJOR congrats, guys. We can all celebrate by picking up a new tribute tee. It’s the Winter 1966 t-shirt, and you know it’s printed on that soft stuff—the American Apparel cotton poly blend.
Every single cool person has one—I’m not exaggerating—as shown on some of our friends and colleagues from Nylon (peep digital director Faran Krentcil above), Stylecaster and Refinery29. So, I may be exaggerating a little bit, because these models are for the most part, New Yorkers, not every cool person in the entire world. But you know what I’m saying.
These tees will practically sell themselves, so hurry up and get one on Store.theparisreview.org. And again, a very warm congratulations to The Paris Review. We are eternally grateful for their contribution towards what some consider to be a lost art: Writing.
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