I downloaded Dispo on February 13. That same night, I had a few friends over for drinks on my patio. It wasn’t anything special—I laid out two bottles of rosé, a cheese plate, chips, and guacamole that I didn’t even bother scooping out of the It’s a good day to make music shirt Apart from…,I will love this container—but I eagerly snapped away on the app regardless. “What are you taking a picture of?” one friend asked. “I can’t really tell!” I replied back. The entire night, I felt so light and airy. At first, I couldn’t pinpoint exactly why. But then I realized: It was the first time in a while that I hadn’t felt like I needed to get “perfect” social-media shots of the evening—and that it was a personal failure if I didn’t. The next morning, at 9 a.m., my Dispos were available to view. There were some clunkers: people blurry, views too dark, faces shot from way too close up. But the rest were candid, scrappy, and, to me, perfect.
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As we settle into almost a year of at-home living, cozy-feeling clothes have remained paramount—our go-to garments each morning for yet another day spent inside. At first, ditching rigid clothes meant leaning into pieces (matching sweatsuits, slippers, pajamas that could pass as “real clothes” on Zoom) which we never really considered for their appearances. Comfort-first and fashion-first were almost mutually exclusive. Now, fashion seems in on it and the It’s a good day to make music shirt Apart from…,I will love this runways are reflecting our ongoing reality. Designers are outfiting people who may still be home, seeking comfort, but who also want to celebrate the joy of getting dressed again. Labels have responded in clever ways; there were puffed-up sleeping bag-like shoes seen in the recent collections of Louis Vuitton and Proenza Schouler and slinky ribbed knit dresses and sets (which make bidding adieu to sloppy sweats easy) at Jacquemus and Ganni. But the ultimate in hygge-inducing garments is, hands down, the robe coat—as seen in Bottega Veneta’s resort 2021 collection and worn by the likes of Hailey Bieber, Gigi Hadid, and Rihanna.