Some may call it "fashion for lazy people," but a simple t-shirt and jeans fit my no-nonsense approach to style perfectly. I'm happily supplementing my collection of graphic tees with one of Jess Rotter's new spring designs. Rotter's line, Rotter and Friends, uses music as its sole inspiration, emblazoning shirts with her whimsical drawings of iconic rock symbols of the 60s and 70s. This year, we can choose from Captain Beefheart, Karen Dalton and Graham Nash. They all come in different colors -- purple, orange, espresso -- and are available in tee or tank shape.
In addition to her personal collection, Rotter was also selected by Gap to design one of its (PRODUCT)RED™ Artist Edition T-Shirt Collection to Help Eliminate AIDS in Africa. You'll have to go to a Gap store to check out all of her designs, but this one (pictured) you can buy online for $28.
Now I just have to wait until it gets hot enough for flip flop wearing.