For the fall-winter 2022 collection, Loewe and VTMNTS have showcased their amazing outfits. The Vetement’s offshoot brand also debuted its cool coats.

Applauding Attire of Loewe

if kinky and quirky were to have a child then it will look exactly like Loewe’s Friday morning runway display presented at the Paris Fashion Week!

The 37 years old Irish designer of the fashion house, Anderson was very firm on presenting a veritable fashion encyclopedia that consists of surreal and creative fares to VIPs — all in front of a huge marrow installation by artist Anthea Hamilton.

Black dresses appeared alongside lip breastplates, molded felt bustiers, and unique balloon bras. The boots frothed in silver while gowns sported possibly the most unusual hem ever presented at a fashion week.

It was all about the moment of the creative genius defying the designer’s description.

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Loewe’s texture colors, styles, and shapes clashed and contrasted. The collection was all about fun and playfulness without failing to distasteful pastiche.

The Loewe attire received roaring applause and boded well for the direction of the age-old house that has gained revitalizing focus in recent years.

The Cool Outfits of VTMNTS!

It-brand VTMNTS or Vetements loosely translates to “Clothes” in France see fall and winter as a cold season. This is the reason why the entire collection of this Zurich-based fashion house was inspired by coats. Their clothing style was a practical way to fight against the low temperatures.

The Younger brother of Balenciaga’s creative director Demna Gvasalia, Guram Gvasalia designed clothes that are cool yet hot! The best thing about this house is that they put outlooks directly from the streets. And at Paris Fashion Week, truncated black puffers, double-breasted jackets, and half-denim half-leather jackets were stars of the show.

This style imitated the streets of East London.

In another look, the designer paired a regular dark vanilla double-breasted jacket with regular baggy jeans and black shoes.