No one is making this case more durable than the comic Joel Kim Booster, who’s been on a mesh tear whereas making the press rounds for his debut movie Fire Island, which hit Hulu earlier this month. First, he wore a white mesh corset by Dion Lee to the movie’s premiere. He adopted that up just a few weeks later with a dusky grey mesh bodysuit by the New York-based model Leak for an look on Watch What Happens Live. A number of days after that, he wore a black mesh tee by Ami to the premiere of the upcoming Apple TV comedy Loot, on which he additionally stars. A busy schedule requires torso breathability.
Certainly, mesh looks like a thematically apt alternative for Booster’s press tour—a mesh tee and the longtime homosexual oasis of Fire Island go collectively like clarified butter and lobster. (Enjoy this great photo of the late André Leon Talley sporting a mesh shirt on Fire Island within the ’70s.) But even past the japanese strip off Long Island’s South Shore, mesh has a crackly conviviality. Sure, mesh ebbs out and in of mainstream type every so often, however it additionally exists on a spectrum, permitting one to go for a looser fishnet weave or a tighter gauzier knit, relying on desire. Find your seaside.