Telfar often plays with neutral tones, workwear, staple garments and various retro influences, and this approach is apparent and clear for SS20. The New York designer and the brand’s partner, Babak Radboy, present everything from 1970s-influenced sportswear to pieces indebted with cowboy design cues, as well a host of military-themed garments fitted with tactical elements.
Standout looks from the PFW SS20 runway show include a tactical vest and cargo pant two-piece, which features Telfar’s logo hardware, a multitude of pockets and various drawstrings, as well as the biker-esque leather jacket paired with ripped and deconstructed denim jeans.
Elsewhere, Telfar presents relaxed tailoring in the form of a pink two-piece suit, shorts paired with chaps, and a smattering of knitted garments ranging from tank tops to dresses and oversized jumpers. Take a look at Telfar’s genderless and extensive SS20 collection in the gallery above.
For more runway coverage, check out Marine Serre’s PFW SS20 show.
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A lot went into Telfar’s @telfarglobal spring 2020 show. First previewed in a film during @nyfw earlier this month, the collection which opened @parisfashionweek last night consisted of functional items with a touch of boldness and ease that perhaps only the brand can pull off. The show began with military green and cargos, with the extended version of the film ‘The World Isn’t Everything’ which was first shown at @nyfw as the backdrop. Thigh hole jeans where elevated to thigh hole track pants this season. Hybrid denim spliced with cargos and track pants and cargo pants made to look saggy as it to reveal non existent “boxers”. Shorts progressed to fishnet stockings, actually for a every hole a fishnet. @budweiser @budweiserza slogans appeared on shirts and pants while a collaboration with @converse @converse.za resulted in reworked sneakers and clothing items with the Converse star logo as a graphic print. Photos: Jamie Stoker Tap on for highlights… #parisfashionweek #springsummer #telfar #converse #pfw #spring2020 #paris #fashionweek #telfar