Fashion

Vetements and Alpha Industries Join Forces on Bomber Jackets

Vetements designer Demna Gvasalia has added Alpha Industries to his collaboration portfolio. The flight jacket company and Parisian designer put together a limited edition range that consists of four reversible bomber jackets fitted with drawstring hoods. One model is offered in gray and blue color schemes while the other silhouette is purveyed in distinct green […]

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Fashion, Featured Article

Top Clothing Collabs of 2016

Here’s a look at the best clothing collabs of 2016. VLone x Off-White This collection, released on day 3 of Basel, was a collaboration that held a lot of star power. VLone, backed by A$AP Mob and Off-White, backed by Virgil Abloh couldn’t go wrong with whatever they put out. Even amidst VLone’s quality issues […]

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Fashion

COMME des GARÇONS x Vetements’ Gay Lesbian and Fetish Collection

COMME des GARÇONS and Vetements have teamed up to release an exclusive collection of knit sweaters for the holiday season. After a successful year for both brands, they have decided to come together and give people a socially conscious collaboration. The sweaters in the set are designs ranging from rainbow stripes to a large battle-axe. […]

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Fashion

Check Out the Artistry in the Vetements and Canada Goose Collab

Demna Gvasalia has established himself as one of the best designers in fashion. As well as developing Vetements into one of the premier fashion houses on the runway. For Vetements’ 2017 spring/summer show, he sent models down the runway in different collaborations with a number of brands. One brand was Canada Goose, which specializes in […]

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Lifestyle

Demna Gvasalia dons Issue 24 of FANTASTIC MAN

For those of us who have never heard of Fantastic Man, it is a magazine celebrating men’s fashion. It was launched in 2005 and includes detailed interviews of male celebrities and different intellectuals. FANTASTIC MAN’s 2016 fall/winter issue shines lite on Vetements’ director Demna Gvasalia. The print’s 24th issue also focuses on other names such […]

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