Another black t-shirt? Yes, until someone takes a flash picture of you … SHOWstudio’s latest is the ANTI-T-SHIRT, masterminded by Nick Knight, modelled by Kate Moss and inspired by the model’s clash with paparazzi at LAX in 2008. First glance? Ordinary black tee – but take a pic with flash and the words ‘Fuck You Cunt’ light up. It’s the ultimate anti-pap guerilla tactic. Which pap wants those words to spoil their money shot? ‘The idea for the shirt came from the sense of outrage I felt after seeing footage of a pack of male paparazzi pursuing Kate and her baby daughter at the airport in Los Angeles, to the point where they reduced her to hiding under her suitcase,’ says Knight. ‘The ANTI-T-SHIRT says what was probably on her mind.’ Amongst other things. £65,

Read my mind: Kate Moss wears SHOWStudio Nick Knight’s Anti-T-Shirt.

SELFRIDGES‘ Shakespeare Refashioned initiative is a ground-breaking celebration of the playwright’s 400th birthday, and probably the longest-running creative takeover of the store yet, introducing the Bard to new audiences in delightful ways. Projects include an 100-seat theatre (a world-first for a department store), stunning windows dedicated to the most famous plays plus exclusive work by designers including Liam Hodges and Astrid Andersen. We like: Edie Parker’s To Be Or Not To Be clutch but, fave of all, Shrimps’ designer Hannah Weiland’s super cute knit jumpers, shirts and a faux-fur bag illustrated with star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet.

Super sweat and cute clutch by Shrimps for Selfridges’ mega-Shakespeare fest, Shakespeare Refashioned.

Designers continue to tackle unisex fashion to varying degrees of success. The latest into the fray looks well promising: I AND ME is a London-based denim and lifestyle brand founded by former Topshop denim guru Jessica Gebhart and currently available at a Calvert Avenue pop up till July 13th. The design process is genderless – always about fabric and fit before ‘his and/or hers’ – and works beyond seasons to create functional wardrobe staples in Japanese selvedge denim and Italian jersey fabric. SS16 was inspired by a trip to Margate; AW16 a road trip though Japan.

Boys who do girls who do boys denim: new label I and Me.