Vetements has released the “Upside-Down” Down Jacket seen on its Fall/Winter 2019 Paris Fashion Week runway. The release of the item comes as Demna Gvasalia announced his departure from the company he co-founded with brother, Guram Gvasalia.
In this daring FW19 offering, Vetements has turned the traditional puffer coat upside-down and added sleeves and a neckline to fit the body correctly. Keeping with the upside-down theme, Vetements adds its text-logo to the “bottom” of the jacket — usually placed top-left towards the neck — as well as a patch reading “Parental Advisory Explicit Content” the wrong way up.
Contrasting the theme is the signature Vetements branding on the neckline and the funnel-neck that has been incorporated into what would typically be the bottom of the jacket. Rounding off this runway piece is an asymmetrical hem, front popper closure, and two large pockets.
Take a look at the Vetements “Upside-Down” Down Jacket in the gallery above and pick up one of the future-classics for $3050 USD from retailers such as LUISAVIAROMA.
For more standout outerwear options, check out the Templa x Raf Simons FW19 collection.
Vetements “Upside-Down” Down Jacket With Logo Patch
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