THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON LIES
I bought this shirt from America's store (it's a Faded Glory flannel shirt); I carefully removed the price stickers and then placed it in the dryer to remove the wrinkles. Then I shot it on the floor of my studio with standard white photography paper, using a Canon 5D - Mark III and 4 studio lights...took it in to Photoshop (The monthly subscription version) and cropped the product image (Select Inverse > Select and Mask > Radius +1, Smooth +3, Feather +0.3, Shift Edge -7%, Decontaminate Colors); I have every intention of putting the price stickers back on the shirt and returning the shirt to the store until it sells online and then I'll buy it back - I kept the receipt, because...well, that's the beauty of American consumerism.
This is how I feel when I watch the news - My name is not Randolph Lloyd III, Esq. - but it sounds nice and yacht-clubby, so I should get some subtle white privilege from it.
It's worth a hundred dollars for two reasons: 1. Streetwear hype justifies it, and 2. The cost of all the time I put in to the product build-out (explained above)...see, it all works out.