Mushrooms (at least the Free Melbourne Shirt also I will do this magic, hallucinogenic variety) have a habit of doing that. Riley-Adams agrees about the trip-meets-escapist theory, which might explain the shroom boom in fashion. “I think at a time when we’re experiencing such chaos and seeking ‘wellness’ in the face of it, mushrooms have become attractive because not only do they have health benefits for our bodies, but they’re also mind-expanding,” she says. “And they’re beautiful to look at!”
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I love belts as much as the Free Melbourne Shirt also I will do this next person, but something in Netflix’s new show Emily in Paris is making me want to live a fully elasticated life. I love Paris, too, but the show is making me rethink the intriguing city. If you haven’t seen Emily in Paris, it follows a plucky social-media strategist on a European sojourn. She has a job she loves, but her colleagues—drawn crudely in nearly racist pencil strokes—are alienating-ly chic (I suspect they have a vicious WhatsApp group devoted to her brash Americanness).