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Vetements Clothing For Women on Sale
Vetements uses rich texture to elevate the shape of this single-breasted blazer. It's made from lustrous mulberry-purple velvet and is detailed with sharp structured shoulders and front pockets. Emulate the label's AW16 runway vision by layering it with a checked shirt and the coordinating trousers.
Vetements makes a case for summer black with this lightweight-jersey midi dress. It's cut to fall languidly over the frame with open sides and an asymmetric hem and is detailed with a high ruffled neck trim and elasticated waist for a hint of structure. Style it with towering black leather platform ankle boots for a directional look that's perfectly in line with the design collective's rebellious spirit.
Fresh for SS17 these off-white high-rise jeans are an ingenious fusion of Vetements's sophistication and Levi's authenticity. The V-shaped back yoke seductively defines the waist and they're cut to a straight-leg cropped silhouette. Play up the off-kilter proportions with block-heeled boots or mules depending on the weather.
Exaggerated shoulders were a focal point of the oversized silhouettes that peppered Vetements's AW16 runway collection. This khaki wool-twill coat has a voluminous double-breasted silhouette that's designed to taper in towards the knees and is finished with traditional details. Enhance the directional effect with kick-flare trousers and slouchy boots.
Notched collar. Front button closure. Belted cuffs . Includes matching belt . Two side pockets . Viscose and cupro lining . Hooded sweatshirt shown image not included . Sample size: S
Red cropped leather jacket by Vetements
Vetements's takes the season's key staples and gives them a directional twist. Take these blue-black trousers for example; they're cut to a covetable billowing wide leg that sits high on the waist and pools to the floor yet the lustrous velour fabrication along with the embroidered red logo on the back makes them an ultra-modern investment. Try them with a bomber jacket and sweatshirt off-duty.
Vetements is renowned for its subversive approach to proportion and this white sleeveless bomber jacket is a fine example. Crafted in collaboration with Alpha Industries the oversized white shell design is fully reversible and horizontally quilted. A cotton-blend jersey drawstring hood and press-stud fastening pockets complete it. Layer it over a T-shirt and raw-edge jeans for an off-kilter twist.
The languid silhouette of Vetements's blossom-pink cotton-jersey maxi dress pays tribute to the easy approach to comfort cultivated by American loungewear giant Hanes. Typically contemporary it falls to the floor from adjustable self-fastening cross-front shoulder straps and features deconstructed sleeve sides - a signature of the directional fashion collective. Opt for chunky boots for an on-brand finish.
This lilac stretch-tulle midi dress is from the SS17 runway collection that showcased Vetements's first foray into evening wear. The diaphanous 1970s-inspired style showcases the influence of stylist and muse Lotta Volkova and is defined by neck and hem ties open sides and an extended wrap panel at the back of the skirt. Layer it over a minimalist slip and add extreme point-toe pastel pumps for a look that's both edgy and poised.
For SS17 Vetements utilises American brand Hanes's T-shirt nous to create this black cotton-jersey maxi dress. Cut with avant-garde precision it features cross-front straps and draped side sleeves - signature details - as well as a bold white logo print on the back. Style it with high heels to lift the floor-skimming hem.
Vetements's metallic-silver midi dress brings an avant-garde feel to the new season's ankle-grazing shapes. I t's crafted from stretch satin-jersey with neck ties that can be fastened at both the front and back and elasticated waist inserts to anchor the asymmetric wraparound skirt. Simply add colour-clashing boots to amp up the edgy impact.
Vetements's ebony-brown satin-jersey midi dress is an edgy piece with versatile appeal. The neck ties can be fastened at either the front or back of the neck while the extended wrap-style skirt panel can be cinched to emphasise the elasticated waist. Pair it with bright-white boots slipping your hands into the pockets to highlight the slit sides.
This navy maxi skirt for SS17 demonstrates Vetements's deftness at transforming Juicy Couture's recognisable stretch cotton-blend velour into sophisticated evening wear. The tactile fabric is shaped to a languid silhouette that's spliced with a super-high vent at the back while the accompanying internal briefs provide modest coverage. Pair it with the coordinating high-neck top for a look that's both edgy and elegant.
Juicy Couture is one of the unexpected labels that Vetements has collaborated with for the new season. Part of the joint collection this strawberry-red high-neck top is cut from cotton-blend velour - a fabric the initial brand is renowned for - and features contour seams and high side-hem slits to define the slim shape. It'll look best paired with the coordinating track pants.
Part of Vetements's new collaboration with Brioni these navy wool-twill shorts meld the Italian label's precise tailoring with an edgy sensibility. They're cut with a menswear-influenced high-rise waist that leads into fluid wide legs. For optimal impact balance the cropped hems with a pair of calf-skimming boots.
Part of the season's most unexpected collaboration this rose-red cotton-blend tracksuit blends Juicy Couture's iconic velour with the irreverent attitude of Vetements. It's the skewed silhouette that makes it so appealing - note the navel-grazing length of the jacket and the high-rise waistband of the straight-leg trousers. Slip the hood up to showcase the coveted white embroidered logo and twist the look with stiletto-heeled boots.
The Juicy Couture tracksuit was an iconic style of the 1990s - until now. This navy cotton-blend stretch velour jacket and trousers are the latest of Vetements's collaborations crafted in the USA for a relaxed silhouette with raglan sleeves and long straight legs. Team it with black patent leather boots for a directional spin.
Don't be fooled by the ladylike length of Vetements's diaphanous black tulle midi dress - it's loaded with rebellious details. The round neck is trimmed with trailing ties that can be knotted at the front or back to alter the neckline while the floating skirt is strategically wrapped for conceal-and-reveal coverage. Stay true to the label's streetwear styling with athletic socks and block-heeled boots.
Vetements is no stranger to a graphic motif - its AW16 runway was awash with irreverent slogans. This navy brushed-cotton coat takes a discreet approach to the trend with the label's white logo stitched on the underside of the collar. Throw the loose double-breasted style over a T-shirt jeans and ankle boots to master trans-seasonal dressing.
Vetements's deconstructed vision takes an unexpected ladylike turn with this scarlet-red stretch-tulle midi dress. It features elasticated waist inserts to anchor the billowing shape and is detailed with slender ties that can be left to trail from the front or back of the neck - choose the latter to mirror the runway styling. Amp up the edge with a pair of sculptural heeled mules.
Vetements seamlessly fuses a street sensibility with high-end luxury and this burgundy cotton-blend maxi skirt pays testament to this ethos. It has a high rise the label's logo in a heavy-metal font on the back and pools to the floor with a raw hemline. Take your cue from the runway styling and wear it with the matching hooded sweatshirt.
Tap the subversive spirit of Vetements's AW16 collection with these tonal-beige brown and green camouflage-print trousers. They're crafted from panels of traditional grid canvas with oversized cargo pockets yet cut to a high-rise straight-leg silhouette that's wholly flattering. Offset them with stiletto-heeled ankle boots.
Vetements is renowned for its striking jean designs. This skinny Reworked pair is crafted from reversed denim to create the illusion that they have been turned inside out. Emphasise the on-trend step hem with white ankle boots.
For a streamlined evening option consider Vetements X Juicy Couture's navy top. It's crafted in the USA from lightweight stretch cotton-blend velour to a sleek silhouette with a ribbed neck contouring seams and elegant elbow-length sleeves. Wear it untucked over a slim skirt and let the curved hem create a flattering waistline.
1990s nostalgia collides with new-season rebellion in Vetements X Juicy Couture's collaborative collection. This black hooded top is crafted from cotton-blend velour and has a waist-grazing shape that's encrusted at the back with the latter label's iconic crystal logo. Team it with the coordinating track pants finishing with leather ankle boots for a cool take on off-duty dressing.
Vetements's mulberry-purple velvet trousers have a sleek shape that gently flares from the knee and are accentuated with floor-grazing hems. They feature front pockets and a concealed fastening for a neat finish. Stick to the label's offbeat sensibility by wearing them with a deconstructed checked shirt.
Vetements takes classic tailoring and exaggerates the proportions for AW16. Worn on the runway these tonal-grey and blue Prince of Wales-checked twill trousers sit high on the waist and fall in slouchy wide legs. Maximise the volume with the label's oversized striped shirt finishing with point-toe ankle boots.
Vetements redefines the idea of collaborations this season as this white T-shirt suggests. Designed with American label Hanes it is crafted from two layers of cotton-jersey for an oversized silhouette and decorated with a faded-brown and red Antwerpen print on the front - inspired by traditional souvenirs. Wear yours best with an oversized bomber jacket and reworked jeans.
Vetements X Brioni's navy trousers are tailored from lightweight wool-twill to a high-rise wide-leg silhouette. Slanted side pockets add a relaxed sense of ease to the contemporary proportions. Take advantage of the ankle-grazing length and style them with vivid stiletto heels.
This white and blossom-pink Vetements X Hanes T-shirt is printed with 'Galeries Lafayette' because the famed Parisian department store was the scene of Vetements's landmark SS17 ready-to-wear show. By contrast the oversized layered design is an homage to the American T-shirt brand and its prolific 1970s and 1980s styles. Style it with a shiny bomber and angular boots for an edgy off-duty take.
Vetements's latest collection spins classic Levi's jeans into a directional new realm. This mid-blue denim pair is precisely cut to a tapered silhouette with a high rise V-shaped back yoke and surreal seams along the back of each leg. Balance the cropped hems with the season's key block-heeled ankle boots.
These sparkly metallic-green boots complemented the androgynous looks on Vetements's AW16 runway perfectly. They're crafted to the signature sock-like shape and are finished with a tongue-in-cheek unicorn-print heel inspired by a cigarette lighter. Wear them with the label's oversized athleisure pieces.
Mackintosh is just one of the labels that Vetements collaborates with this season and this navy raincoat demonstrates how wonderfully the alliance works. It's crafted in the UK from a water-resistant cotton-gabardine to an oversized silhouette and detailed with bonded seams underarm ventilation panels and an open back. Team it with the label's voluminous separates for an ultra-cool look.
Vetements turns the floral-print dress on its head once more for AW16. This navy design is detailed with contrasting rose-print sleeves and shaped to a supersized silhouette that hits at the top of the thigh. Let the accompanying neck tie trail languidly over the front as per the runway.
Vetements presents a typically contemporary take on a classic motif with this green and white polka-dot print midi dress. It's crafted from a padded elasticated-shirred crepe and finished with soft poplin ruffles along the neckline shoulders waist cuffs and asymmetric hemline. Wear it with this season's knee-high boots.
A chapter of glistening velvet pieces provided perfect respite from the more sombre looks on Vetements's AW16 runway. This gold blazer is cut for a streamlined single-breasted fit with narrow notch lapels and is accented with a single chest patch pocket. Offset it with one of the label's oversized sweatshirts for the coolest take.
Tap Vetements's anarchic aesthetic with this brown and cream hound's-tooth trench coat. It's made in Italy from virgin wool and cleverly shaped for a shrunken fit - note the skewed seams and too-short sleeves. Amplify the illusion with a king-sized shirt and finish with a pair of the label's cult jeans.
Vetements partners with time-honoured label Mackintosh to bring a fresh new attitude to the classic trench coat. This double-breasted white cotton-gabardine style has a typically oversized silhouette that falls well past the knees and is shaped with notch lapels shoulder epaulettes and a buckle-fastening waist belt for a traditional finish. Note the grey black and white tartan lining that peeks from the cuffs - a nod to the outerwear brand's Scottish roots.
Vetements's latest collection presents a host of cult collaborations - this red maxi dress is designed alongside 1990s label Juicy Couture. It's crafted from the casualwear icon's favourite velour fabric to a figure-skimming shape and turns to reveal a clever press-stud fastening skirt that can be transformed into trousers. This piece will turn heads all on its own so style it simply with optic-white heels.