Get Weird this Winter With Vetements FW17

Get Weird this Winter With Vetements FW17

Warm up in offbeat kits from their second F/W17 drop.

Warm up in offbeat kits from their second F/W17 drop.

Text: Justin Ragolia

Gvsalia's Paris-based design collective, ever critical of corporate high-end fashion, just dropped another round of pieces from the F/W '17 collection debuting at Paris Fashion Week. This aptly-timed release features some ludicrously oversized outerwear made to withstand winter's temperatures, including envelope-pushing puffer jackets (one of which actually rolls into a sleeping bag), a reversible bathrobe-style coat, more of their much-hyped raincoats, and another batch of unassuming $700 hoodies sewn to make a mockery of high fashion streetwear culture while being a part of it.

The drop also features a healthy crop of collab pieces, including Levi's heavy denim shirts, Reebok Pump Highs and Instapump Furys, insane Canada Goose parkas, and oversized Alpha Industries bombers modified with jersey hoods. The accessories included in the drop seem like an obvious reference to Supreme's branded gear, but they're done cleverly: their weed-grinder and coke spoon necklaces definitely support the brand's intentionally self-indulgent aesthetic.

Shop the collection here.

VETEMENTS REVERSIBLE BLACK CANADA GOOSE EDITION DOWN COAT, $2795 FROM SSENSE

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