Cheeky Ts are all the rage, and Canadian-born, New York-based designer Christopher Lee Sauvé is ruling the trend.
He made his mark in 2008, amidst Anna Wintour retirement rumours, when he designed a silkscreen of the Vogue editrix with the caption "SAVE ANNA." Since then, he's created pop culture parody shirts of everyone from Alexander McQueen to Klaus Nomi.
His Warholesque designs are now available at The Bay just in time for Pride. We love Sauvé's Madonnamaus and Fashion Police shirts for adding a little pizzazz to any outfit, at the parade or year round. ($65, The Bay, 176 Yonge, 416-861-9111, and others, christopherleesauve.com)