21/03/2016
It’s pronounced ‘vet-Mahn’ and it’s now here for men.

Words by

Kendell Bardenhagen

Drawing attention in the fashion sphere for its game-changing designs, Vetements is at it again. The label has dropped its first ever men’s collection.

Up until now, the brand has only ever released a women’s line, although that hasn’t hindered its popularity with men.

Perhaps better described as unisex, the label’s effortless street style aesthetic and oversized nature has drawn men to its collections in the past. But now fellas all over the world can get their men’s-specific wardrobe serving of Vetements.

The new men’s line collection includes oversized trousers and overcoats, raw hems, elongated skirts (yes, skirts) and sport-infused streetwear. Sticking to the brand’s aesthetic, the line also brings a roughness to its menswear staples. Something a Vetements shopper would know a thing or two about.

With a list of strong fashion ties, including founder Demna Gvasalia now creative director of Balenciaga, Vetements gives us strong hopes for its new menswear venture. 

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