Vetements Releases Its Second Fall/Winter 2017 Drop

Outlandish winter garms.

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Preparing for the winter months ahead, Vetements recently released the second drop for its Fall/Winter 2017 collection. The expansive range is comprised of graphic-emblazoned puffer jackets, distorted sweaters and bizarre accessories.

Displaying its penchant for exaggerated silhouettes, Vetements’s latest release is a unique expression of mundane fashion that reinterprets overlooked everyday garments and accessories. Key pieces include a couch potato bathrobe coat, sleeping bag puffer coat and “Freehugs.com” scarf.

Check out the Vetements Fall/Winter 2017 second drop above and head over to SSENSE to purchase the items now.

For more contemporary fashion news, take a look at five standout emerging labels from New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018.

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