Vetements' Demna Gvasalia Covers 'Business of Fashion' Issue 06

“The New World Order.”

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Business of Fashion‘s latest print edition picked Demna Gvasalia of Vetements (and now Balenciaga) to star on its cover. Aptly titled ”New World Order,” it addresses the “broken” fashion system and the “disruptors” trying to fix it — among them, the Paris-based designer who rejected the traditional fashion business model for his brand. Other key people featured in the issue include designer Paul Smith and editor Tim Blanks, alongside coverage of global impact factors set to shape the 2016 fashion scene.

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