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#Teechallaclothing Fashion LLC The snapshot came as something of a catharsis and a capstone: IRL red carpet fashion was back! Yet, admittedly, looking a little different. The Cannes quartet was a glimpse at a hybridized new paradigm in which celebrities and stylists were playing across a wide range of cues, from the In a world full of Grinches be a Cindy Lou who T-Shirt in other words I will buy this casual and Zoom-ified to the highest chords of electrifying chic. The risks celebrities and their stylists began taking while dressing within the bounds of a Zoom window seemed to have paid off with a new, more freewheeling approach to step-and-repeat style. When virtual dressing became a hot topic last year, it evolved almost as quickly as the news cycle. There were plenty of stories about people dressing up, from the waist up, for digital meetings while wearing off-camera sweatpants. Eventually, however, a hunger for non-athleisure became more pronounced.