Break out the champagne! Anyone who ever ruined their favorite shirt (or dress, apparently) while painting but couldn't bear to get rid of it can stop pouting. Dig said item out from the back of the closet, pair with a sweet bag, and your mistake has been reborn as high fashion. It's like a "get out of jail free" card, but more colorful.
I'm all for the paint-smeared aesthetic, just don't ask me why Dolce & Gabbana is selling this shirt for $550. Buy an acrylic paint set for $10 and make one yourself -- it's a lot more fun than buying it anyway. If you're really ambitious, throw a shirt-making party: upon arrival all guests must go topless until their shirt is finished. Other rules may be concocted as you see fit: shirt swapping at set intervals, rewards for winners, punishments for losers. . .
Yeah, you're right. It won't say Dolce & Gabbana on the tag, but when the company's reportedly guilty of overworking and underpaying its labor crew, the name kind of loses its luster anyway. . .