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On this week’s Saturday Night time Are living, Harry Designs did double responsibility as both of those host and musical guest. He performed tracks from his forthcoming album, Fantastic Line, and acted in a sequence of skits that showcased him as a funeral DJ an Icelandic father-to-be a attractive, comment-satisfied Sara Lee social-media manager and Aidy Bryant’s doggy-boyfriend, Doug. Designs also introduced his extraordinary sartorial perception to the SNL set, which, unsurprisingly, involved a whole lot of Gucci, but some other notable parts that I’m guessing will quickly make their way to his mysterious frozen-dresses vault.
For his opening monologue, Kinds wore shiny-yellow trousers, a blue button-down shirt and a beige blazer taken straight from Gucci’s Spring 2020 clearly show. He took issues up a notch for his musical performances, selecting a cherry-purple accommodate and black tie for the debut of “Watermelon Sugar” and a black sequin jumpsuit with a deep V-neck for “Lights Up.” All of these looks had been accented with multi-colored nail polish and a Walter Mercardo–esque (RIP!) ring sport. But it was his outfit in the course of the closing of the show that demanded a shining moment all its personal: Styles wore a Christopher Kane “Sex” T-shirt from the designer’s “More Joy” collection.
Could a shirt with the term “sex” be much too on the nose for Types? It’s possible, but it confident as hell looked fantastic with his brown Gucci trousers and open-front flannel jacket. Some enthusiasts also theorize that his choice of T-shirt may be a hint to a song title on the new album.
Regretably, the shirt is bought out on Christopher Kane’s web-site, but you can however channel Kinds with a “Sex” silk nightshirt or coffee mug. (Or if it comes back in inventory, the “Sex tape,” which is essentially masking tape printed with the phrase intercourse. Outstanding, and great for some raunchy Christmas wrapping.)
Harry Types Wore the Most Sexual Shirt on SNL