edge of to­mor­row

In­tro­duc­ing the new move­ment.

ELLE (Canada) - - Style -

editor’s POV There’s no de­signer bet­ter suited to ush­er­ing in the new era of al­ter­na­tive dress­ing than Demna Gvasalia. The co-founder of the Paris-based la­bel Vete­ments, who has taken the kind of off­beat streetwear once re­served for those on the fringe and moved it above the fold, was named Alexan­der Wang’s suc­ces­sor at Ba­len­ci­aga. (His first col­lec­tion will be fall/win­ter 2016.) His aes­thetic—a mix of punk-rock grit and mas­cu­line edge—is the new wave of wom­enswear. Will you join his rev­o­lu­tion? LISA gUI­MOND

Looks from Vete­ments’ spring/sum­mer 2016 col­lec­tion

s/ s 2016 run­way tracks

to play on re­peat “An­other Fairy Tale End­ing” by Amor­phous An­drog­y­nous

(at Calvin Klein)

“The Rest Is Noise”

by Jamie xx (at Elie Saab)

“In Bloom” by Hoover­phonic

(at Hunter)

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