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UK FNO T-Shirts Might Be Cooler Than US Versions

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That's the UK version on the left, and the US version on the right
That's the UK version on the left, and the US version on the right

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Fashion's Night Out, which started in New York four years ago, is now a global shitshow phenomenon, with events in countries around the world. And as it has grown, each destination has begun to put their unique spin on the evening. This year's British FNO T-shirts, for example, were created by Scottish designer Jonathan Saunders in partnership with Vogue UK, and features one of his signature prints.

The US version, on the other hand, is a graphic reinterpretation of the FNO logo. We're not saying it's bland, but... for a concept that has the watchful eye of Anna Wintour as well as the entire fashion industry behind it, it's not exactly mind-blowing, either. Your thoughts?
· FNO T-Shirt [Vogue UK]