We may automatically assume that this might be about a fashion line designed for the “womanish” woman, as if we were living in the 1910s. Ladies, don’t trust just any company making your tight fitting wom-shirts and high-waisted trousers. This is clearly a staunch feminist complaint against clothing lines created with women in mind, with high expectations of equal representation.But no. Just a simple search of the brand behind these weird slogans leads us to understand that Johnny lives up to his macho name by selling $400 gadgets to trap female AIs or antivirus suites or software maker licenses or password managers or whatever else it is stupid males think they need that are just accruing digital capital for them.Alessandro Michelle Kesa was wearing this simple perfume gift, when a Lululemon store clerk asked if he wanted to buy it. He joked, “I’ll buy any shirt of yours.”She was in disbelief that someone made such a joke out of her life and she forgave him.Kesa who had never worn makeup in her whole life because she could not find the right shade for her skin tones loved it and she later became a lifelong customer of the store. And of course he founded his own clothes line Gianni + Amy.