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Why I’m Pro the Anti-Fashion Look
In this essay, Vogue’s archive editor Laird Borrelli-Persson says it’s time to give the whole “flex” thing in fashion a rest. “What I responded to most from the spring 2022 season was what I’ve been calling the anti-fashion collections—Our Legacy, parts of Balenciaga and Bottega Veneta, Lemaire, Margaret Howell—which included takes on pieces (the M15 jacket, work shirts and pants, etc.) that belong to nobody and everyone,” she explains. “When I look through [these lookbooks] I want to ask ‘Who are you?’ rather than ‘What are you wearing?’ I can’t remember the last time that happened, but the appearance of these stealth-chic, anti-trend clothes now is significant.” Read on for her full take.
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