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Looks like Vetements, feels like Balenciaga.
The Paris-based luxury brand has revealed its latest fall menswear collection, but it wasn't actually designed by newly-appointed creative director, Demna Gvasalia. Instead, Balenciaga's in-house design team looked into the archives to come up with a line that both pays tribute to the brand's heritage and heralds a new era for Gvasalia. His first men's collection will be presented at Paris Fashion Week, in late June.
The fall 2016-17 collection breaks all the rules, mixing shearling leathers with sweatpants, and oversized coats similar to those shown during the women's show last season. Click through to see the full collection.
Photo courtesy of Balenciaga