Wearing: Vetements Jeans (also here and budget options here and here), Topshop Boutique Trenchcoat (cheaper option here), Zara Strappy Sandals (ancient, but find similar here, here, and here), Larsson & Jennings Watch c/o Larsson & Jennings, H&M Cami (buy similar here and here), Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses, and a J.W. Anderson Bag
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Unless you’ve been living under a rock during the past couple of years, it’s impossible to miss in countless fashion magazines the name Vetements and its creative director, Demna Gvasalia. Vetements has gone viral and pieces from the label have been worn by celebrities, streetstyle stars, ‘It’ girls, and countless bloggers. According to online publications such as Business of Fashion, the brand and its creative director have initiated a fashion revolution, but I beg to differ. To deny the huge influence and role Gvasalia’s label has played in the fashion industry and in current trends would be just futile, but this is nothing that has not been done before. Streetwear and anti-fashion as high fashion have been done before by labels such as Alexander Wang (‘Explicit Content’, anyone?) and Baja East for several years now. However, there is an inherent badass attitude to the Vetements aesthetic that resonates with youthful spirits and what makes it so attractive. Admittedly, I am no fan of the label nor does most of its clothing resonate with me, as I can’t relate with the postmodern nihilism it stands for.
However, I do like a few pieces and these Vetements jeans have been one of them. I think their fit and the unique hem makes them be an irreplicable piece and the result of out-of-the-box-thinking.
If you are a fan of the label but are wary of jumping on something too trendy, I got a few tips on how to achieve the Vetements effect, i.e. the Vetements look:
How about you? Are you a fan of the Vetements jeans and the label in general? What are your thoughts on the whole Vetements hype? Let me know in the comments below. x
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