The show began with a look that combined a timely Vote tee (his absent American friends appreciated that) and baggy pleated chino pants cinched with a thick belt. It was emblematic of a collection that felt more spontaneous and street-ready than some of Ghesquière’s more recherché outings at LV. The duster coat, minidress, and trainer combo looked cool and true-to-life. Ditto the Frankie says relax shirt and I love this lapel-less suits in khaki or silver sequins, which were also worn with sneakers.
Frankie says relax shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
That’s not to say some of these clothes weren’t worked. The straight-up skater tees that he opened with were spliced and diced into elaborate techno patchworks by the Frankie says relax shirt and I love this end. Less obvious on camera were the expandable jackets, built with panels that can be worn in a fitted way for a feminine silhouette, or loosened for a more generous cut. Pants, too, were designed with excess fabric to shape-shift.