Paris Men’s fashion week had many highlights and moments of need to know tickets. LAUNDERED WORK CORPS FW20 Collection was a hot ticket to have. Offset & LAUNDERED WORK CORPS FW20 launched the collection of men’s ready to wear with a bang and Luxury fabulousness.
The fashion game in 2020 has changed, and the doors are being kicked open with moments like these. Especially on the Paris scene, one of my prefered fashion cities. Most designers flock to the city to embrace the ‘L” in luxury clout.
LAUNDERED WORK CORPS FW20 Collection Luxury Fabulous
Offset, and Chaz A. Jordan – Creative Director of LAUNDERED WORK CORPS, kicked in the door at Paris Fashion Week. “L’s ” in the air for their collaborative collection. They know what the streets want to wear and brought it to the runways of Paris. The black luxury market is growing, and they know how to tap into it. The evidence is in music videos and on the streets.
Offset & LAUNDERED WORK CORPS FW20 LUXEGHETTOGLAM
Held at the city’s American Cathedral, the same place Vetements presented its FW16 collection back in 2016. The show titled “The Road to the New Luxury,” where we saw an assortment of garments that walked the line between luxury fashion and streetwear. Who says streetwear is not trending anymore. According to the runway, it is not going anywhere, but coming harder and stronger with a little punk edge.
Paris Fashion Week Men’s
Offset, and Chaz A. Jordan created a wearable collection with, classics like jean jackets, bombers, leather biker jackets, T-shirts, and pants were complemented by in-your-face graphics, washed treatments, and distressed finishes.
LAUNDERED WORK CORPS FW20 Collection
The collection stays true to LUXEGHETTOGLAM ethic. It was Ghetto Fabulous. Anchored in the hip-hop sneaker freak culture via Maison Margiela GAT Replicas to the Air Jordan 4 “Doernbecher,” Travis Scott’s Air Jordan 1 Lows, and many more. The trainers/sneakers are ones to watch and cope which resembled Isabel Marant kicks for men.
Creative director Chaz A. Jordan and the brand’s Omar Johnson collaborated with Offset to produce the piece’s in couture workshops across France and Italy. On the runway, we saw a plethora of celebrity guest’s including the rapper’s wife Cardi B, whos outfit for the runway show is a whole other article. Too fellow Migos members Quavo and Takeoff, Tyga, Mustard, Jerry Lorenzo, and even Paul Pogba. The FROW was lit!
“The choice of fabrics, the design, the details, the weight of the T-shirt, the weight of the sweater. We did it all together,” he shared. “We didn’t want to make cheap things that you couldn’t wear for a long time. A lot of brands make clothes that after three washes no longer look like anything.” Offset
This is precisely what consumers want. Shopping habits have changed we want to buy things that can get old with us. We want clothing that is worth dropping coins on because you will get your money worth. Happy to report that the trending from Paris Fashion Week is that bagging pants for men is back.