Vetements Releases Third Fall/Winter 2017 Drop

Even more outlandish winter garms.

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Continuing its series of Fall/Winter 2017 releases, Vetements recently released the third drop of its seasonal range. This time around the eccentric high fashion label introduces an assortment of distorted outerwear, graphic-laden jeans and unique accessories. Standout pieces include the over the top Black Bro Double Parka, Reworked Reebok Tracksuit and the collaborative Eastpak Tourist Convertible Bag. Retailing between $630 USD and $4,590 USD, items from Vetements’s third Fall/Winter 2017 drop are available now at retailers like SSENSE.

For more contemporary fashion news, check out our list of the most hyped items of Fall/Winter 2017 you need to get your hands on.

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