Funny or Die Exec Wears Same “Zoom Shirt” for 70 Straight Days During Pandemic

The New York Times reports that “Zoom shirts”–shirts kept near your home-office desk that are worn only for video calls–are a bona fide coronavirus fashion trend. And nobody’s taken this trend to the extreme quite like Joe Farrell, the executive vice president of Funny or Die. He wore the same Brooks Brothers button-down for 70 consecutive days’ worth of Zoom calls–and no one noticed. He adds that every time he’s revealed his single-shirt strategy to friends, “they say, ‘Oh, yeah,’ and they pull up two shirts hanging on the back of their chair.”