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7 Ironic Designer Logo Tees We Love

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Logos had their moment in the aughts—as anyone with a candy-colored LV monogram bag gathering dust in their closet can assure you—but the teens have turned out to be a quieter decade. Nowadays, independent and established designers are taking the iconic logos for noted luxury houses and turning them on their heads with clever puns and subversive imagery. From C.O.I. NYC's "Ill Slander" to Brian Lichtenberg's Bucci tees, get into this trend now with seven of our favorite tops featuring cheeky takes on designer logos.—Jihan Forbes
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