The Wrap: Donald Trump Redesigns 'Make America Great Again' Hats and More
Here’s what’s happening this week in the apparel world …
Some people drink champagne, and others buy a new dog. But, Donald Trump celebrated his presidential win with a hat redesign. According to Vanity Fair, the president-elect changed his "Make America Great Again" hats to say "USA" in large, white letters with "45" embroidered over the right ear to reflect that he's the future 45th president.
While "Baby on Board" T-shirts might be too much, the U.S. Air Force is, at least, trying to implement maternity uniforms. According to Fox News, the Air Force is in the testing phase for maternity wear with plans to introduce the new uniforms next October. The new looks will feature stretchier fabrics that will be more comfortable for pregnant service members.
After massive success with her various makeup lines, Kylie Jenner is focusing next on the apparel world. Jenner unveiled her new line on Monday night, according to HighSnobiety, and it's set to launch Dec. 10. The apparel includes hoodies, bomber jackets, tees and headwear. Chances are this line will sell out very quickly.
Fitness trackers are all the rage this holiday season, but what if the next frontier is smart apparel. Athos apparel hopes that the next fitness tracker you buy is its mobile-integrated shirt and short pants, which retail for almost $700, according to Digital Trends. The apparel pieces are currently available for medical purposes, and feature electromyograph and heart rate sensors throughout. The only question is are you willing to trade your "Frankie Says Relax" gym tee for this futuristic look?