Contrasting to its brand’s name, Vetements have never been about apparel. The high-end brand has always been about making a significant impact whenever it releases its stuff. The brand has always prioritized its jaw-dropping shows, lookbooks, and clothing drops rather than indulging in its creation. The Fall/Winter collection of the brand has not been any different; The Switzerland-based brand banked on opted for maximizing the aesthetic touch by providing a whopping 165-unique look.
The absolute volume of clothing is unbelievable. However, its real objective is on creating the biggest possible collection; Vetements boasts of some signature design elements, similar garments, and shapes that enhance visuals throughout this lookbook and its overall production. Its curved bomber jackets, barrel-chested suiting, funky slogan T-shirts, and pooled jeans have been emulated ad infinitum by new players in the game, and FW 2021 both compliments those stylistic cues and somehow raise the stakes even further.
From Matrix-sized sunshades to ever-expensive hoodies, Vetements exactly figures out its audience’s wants. And If that’s not enough, Viewers are presented with the label’s enormous-shouldered jackets, Eastern European graphics, recovered the ’80s tailoring, and vibrant neon bodysuits will find little to like here; on the other side, a die-hard fan who love Vetements’ take-no-prisoners style will find lots of looks on their plate. For those who have nullified choices, Vetements seasonally serves up a calming cool article of clothing, like the perfectly bent turtleneck or hybrid panel overcoat, portraying deep-seated love of clothing that only occasionally breaches the sardonic surface.
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