The Vetements show opened with a look that exemplifies the label’s take on fashion: a man with a shaved head wearing a yellow DHL t-shirt under a slightly over-sized black short-sleeved button down, complimenting black trousers, and laceup boots. Vetements isn’t about staid couture; it’s about taking the practical and elevating it into something that is at once appealing and anarchic. Plastic and leather aprons become punk dresses, a green lurex dress feels like something David Bowie would wear to play Little Red Riding Hood, and blouses that button at the back hang like undone straight jackets.
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