There is no doubt about it, everyone is wearing Vetements. Chanelling and upgrading everyday street style into high style has created a cult following as everyone finds it impossible to resist the gravitational pull towards Vetements oversized tailoring, printed garments and the sheer sexiness despite the layers of layering. Vetements denim has taken over the world, literally. The highly sort out after Re-Worked Denim Jeans thanks to big names like Miroslava Duma and Alexa Chung, the pair of jeans have been flooding street style accounts and fashion week. The Jeans are a mid-waist, slightly cropped straight leg jean. These jeans have the signature uneven raw hems that scream Vetements.   Known for offering their own version of high-end everyday pieces like DHL Merch and Champion sweat, Vetements did it again with the Snoop Dog T-shirt Black. The t-shirt is actually an updated version of Snoop Dog’s “Beware of Dogg” tour merchandise from 1993 and now Demna has brought it back. The t-shirt features a boxy silhouette, wide short sleeves, rib knit crewneck collar and Vetement logo embroidered in white at the centre back of neck. Jessica Alba has been spotted in this highly sort after t shirt after posting a selfie on instagram, while Jordun Dunn was photographed wearing this t-shirt at a music event.   Taking everyday garments and adding a ‘Vetements touch’ is another aspect Demna is known for. The Pencil Skirt Black is the perfect example, as she took an iconic black pencil skirt which is associated as work wear, the skirt features a thigh high split that is sewed with a raw edge. This off-centre skirt reaches just above the knee with a centre back zip as the opening and closure.   The most iconic and talked about garment award goes to the Skull Print Layered T-shirt Dress Black. The T-shirt dress is a multi layered dress tat can be worn in many ways. Featuring a skull print on the front, followed by a high collar, long sleeves with detachable shoulder pads. The dress falls all the way down below the knee due to the asymmetrical layers and hemlines.

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