The French brand’s new collection has been designed by 18 different makes, including Spanish designer

Antonio Mancinelli, the current editor-in-chief at Marie Claire, who, in one of his most recent editorials wrote that the Parisian runway show for  French brand Vetements, which has become a cult brand for those in the sector as well as others, was a revolution.

One of the various reasons Mancinelli has given for this affirmation, in addition to presenting both menswear and womenswear collections at the same time, is that creative director Demna Gvasalia chose to have the garments made by different brands, in a sort of never before seen mega-collaboration

Warning: cut and torn, Manolo Blahnik wrote on Twitter

There are in fact 18 brands involved, from various different sectors and market divisions, including Levi’s, Reebok, Carhartt, Champion Mackintosh, Juicy Couture, Brioni and Manolo Blahnik, who make their footwear in Vigevano, Italy.

The Spanish designer has been entrusted with some of the collection’s footwear, including the surreal high-leg boots, which go all the way to the model’s waist and décolleté shoes as well as boots that have been made by cutting up (enough to make some of you shudder!) a number of Blahnik’s footwear masterpieces.

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