Speaking of thigh high boots and plaids, there was plenty of these things on Off-White runway (too) with all the characteristic clothing, like the oversized hoodies and big exposed white zippers on denims. The whole collection was based on the 90s, proving it’s not going anywhere, yet, the clothes felt more mature, more feminine.
The tailoring seems impeccable and adds a lot of character even though it was never an issue when it came to Virgil Abloh, who is also Kanye West’s creative director btw. The balance is right too, the jackets are quite short, exposing lot of midriffs, and the splits on dresses and skirts are high, but they also have high waist and knee length, competed with high slouchy boots, so they’re not tacky at all. Moreover, some of the looks were completed with simple white trainers for that before mentioned balance’s sake.
Even though the show’s second half got a bit flatter, the first half was nothing but great, and I already feel cravings for all the black&white&blue checks and slouchy boots, and therefore especially for the plaid printed ones. But I’d get a closer look to the bags too. Not sure the big one on the second picture is an oversized clutch, but it looks amazing, so does the smaller boxy one in white.
By the way I love this runway, especially the fact, there is no limbs and phones in the pictures everywhere, haha. 🙂
Photos via vogue.co.uk
PS: We’re leaving for Paris in any minute, see you next week! Happy Weekend!