Vetements‘ co-founder and head designer Demna Gvasalia went back to his roots for his Fall/Winter 2018. Having previously been compared to Maison Martin Margiela for his daring approach and skewed aesthetic, the designer explored the similarities by embracing the fashion house he spent three years working for between 2009 and 2012. “I wanted to show what Margiela means for me, and for Vetements. It’s an approach, it’s not a person. It’s a way of loving clothes, breaking the rules with those clothes. And that’s what we did,” the designer told Dazed.
Channeling his signature “rule-breaking” aesthetic, Gvasalia showcased everything from distorted silhouettes to prints, color and captivating symmetry, and also paid a nod to the fashion house by showing stand-out pieces like inside-out blazers and his own take on Margiela’s classic Tabi boots.
Peep some of the most eye-catching looks in the gallery above, and see the full collection over at Vogue.