How the infit became the most ubiquitous (and unexpected) trend
Nothing, not even a thong, is required to don SS20’s most minimalistic 'infit'.
This Ukrainian model is raving around the world
Bogdan Romanović was scouted as a teenager in his native Ukraine but has recently been more dedicated to his 00s inspired rave performances -- while becoming a Vetements favourite of course.
vetements are launching a young talent programme
A 101 on how to become fashion’s enfant terrible!
demna gvasalia has left vetements
It’s not yet known who will replace the designer.
vetements teddybear slippers are your furry fall essential
Are the alpaca blend slippers the new goth Croc?
vetements trolled us all with an anti-capitalist show inside the biggest mcdonald’s in paris
Ba da ba ba ba, we’re lovin’ it.
how workwear became fashion’s current obsession
From Kanye and Frank at the Met Gala to the rise of labels like Kiko Kostadinov, we explore what the newfound love for workwear says about fashion today.
vetements celebrates fuck-the-system nerds
“Geeks have become the new punks, they’re changing the world.”
how tourist kitsch became a trend
Cheap, gloriously tacky, kind of throwaway but also sentimental, souvenirs have been a ubiquitous part of consumerism for decades. Now they're in fashion.
Clementine de Pressigny
these are the five things you need to know about the vetements show
‘This is about my life’ said Demna.
rejecting the routine of paris fashion week, vetements revert back to the couture schedule
After Demna Gvasalia disrupted men’s fashion week with an off-schedule show for autumn/winter 18, Vetements have opted to show spring/summer 19 during couture.
what your favourite fashion label says about you
We looked past the numbers in the Lyst Index, and dreamt up the archetypal fans of today’s most sought after brands