Baskter Mode stitched a copper coin into every shirt he owned. He took care so nobody would notice. Sometimes he would hide it in the collar, others in the hem. It really just depended on the shirt. In the beginning, if he couldn’t make it seem invisible the shirt had little chance of being worn and it would end up in the trash. Color, fabric and patterns made concealment easier. Over time he started favoring dark and heavy, expensive clothing. Pants and shoes also had to match the shirt so as to not draw attention to his shirts. It changed the way he looked.
People started to notice.
And that was a problem.Comments closed