Vetements Brings Camo Flair for Fall/Winter 2018 Collection

The Gvasalia brothers don’t disappoint.

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As promised, Vetements showcased its Fall/Winter 2018 collection during PFW on a narrow red-carpet catwalk. Brothers Demna and Guram designed a bevy of chaotic garments with a penchant for scarves. Lavish escalation can be seen on scaled pants styled with logo-heavy embellishments, as well as elephant and floral motifs on loose-fitting coats and jackets. This time, it seems the label incorporates reimagined houndstooth, plaid and denim works. In matching creative-rebellion of arcane fashion week etiquette, guests were invited by receipts indicating outfit costs of $0.00.

Scroll through the collection above and take a look at the receipt-style invitation below.

Let us know if the collection met your expectations, and, for a completely divergent aesthetic, take a look at the Mackintosh 0003 by Kiko Kostadinov.

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