God save the Punk!

Recover the trash aesthetic this summer
Amid the explosion of color block, flowers and lace, there is still a small haven for those who enjoy a trash aesthetic: the punk-or rather, a watered down version, most luxurious and sophisticated culture which invaded the London in the 60 - returns this summer to soak counterculture rough summer evenings.

Companies such as Balenciaga, Jean Paul Gaultier, Ann Demeulemeester and, above all, Balmain, soar to the legendary move to a place where you never expected to be: the catwalk.

The accessories in black, accompanied by red and white, with studs and safety pins and the halo studiously anarchist democratize their slogans to invade the streets. This time.
(courtesy of vogue.es)

Jean Charles de Castelbajac, Balenciaga

Valentino, Limi Feu

Alexis Mabille, Derek Lam

Tsumori Chisato, Ann Demeulemeester

Enania Velcani, A Détacher

John Richmond, Givenchy

Givenchy, Alexandre Herchovitch

A M Black Label, Hermès

Y-3, Jean Paul Gaultier

Krizia, Burberry Prorsum

Jean Paul Gaultier, and my Fav - Marithé+François Girbaud

Chanel, Valentino

Veronique Leroy, Byblos

Lanvin, Rick Owens

Chanel, Y-3

Yohji Yamamoto, Zac Posen

And, this week is The Week Of Freja Beha, on Absolutely Fabulous!

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