Alpha Industries x Vetements
In this golden age of bomber jackets, it’ll be hard to top this one off in its weight and authenticity. Alpha Industries was founded in 1959 in Tennessee as a contractor for the United State military. Based in Tennessee to this date, Alpha Industries has been building military apparels for the US, Belgium, Australia and many more. Vetements x Alpha Industries reversible bomber comes in its signature cropped waist with extra long sleeves fit and features brand logo at detachable hood and utility pocket.
Church’s x Vetements
Thomas Church started Church’s Shoes with his three sons in 1873 in Northampton, England. Known for its use of Goodyear method, a single pair takes around 8 weeks to craft. James Bond chose Church’s shoes for 'having the appropriate weight to complement the silhouette’ and the Vetements x Church’s derby is minimally designed to not disturb the weight balance. Stacked black heel features simple and eye-catching ‘Vetements’ logo in white.
Dr. Martens x Vetements
Dr. Martens’ iconic boot has been popular ever since the punk era in the 1970s. With its prestige heritage and rebellious nature, the brand teamed up with Vetements and created a newly constructed, or rather, deconstructed version of its 1490 ten-eye boot. The clash of contemporary designs and historical craftsmanship made it a perfect addition to anyone’s wardrobe.
Other arrivals included oversized and double layered shirts from Vetements x Comme des Garçons Shirts and pieces from the Vetements x Reebok collaboration. (Read our last week’s story on military inspirations)