Please, Please, Please tell me if I slept through the grande finale. Not only did Edith A. Miller (we get a commission if you buy, FTC disclosure) emerge as Robert P. Miller’s imaginary kid sister (whom they named Edith because they like it’s antique sound), according to Fast Company, but apparently the company is a re-surged version of early 19–’s white tee company, Yep?!?
They go on to say the “91-year-old Pennsylvania maker of white undershirts. That should sound like a typical American success story, but it’s not: It’s the product of a globalized economy, where no good idea is geographically bound.“
Please define, and I quote: “product of a globalized economy” and albeit “should sound like a typical American success story, but it’s not.” Question: Is this a sociological joke, or even worse a sponsored post? Answer: If so, I demand an immediate debriefing, as in yesterday!!!
Our sources have mentioned recent spotting of the collection on Popeye’s wife Olive Oyl, the horizontal stripes and touching story gave her the curves and courage to finally wear something that showed her true personality and allowed her to flex her signature style.
*Note, Fast Company has also been known to exclaim the devil’s wearing of J.Crew, so we aren’t quite sure about our sources, considering the bias and our doubt that the devil wears both Prada and J.Crew. Until then, we’ll be painting our son’s toenails and fact checking until completion.