Ann Demeulemeester F/W 2016: Punk Androgyny

September 29, 2016

Refined grittiness has been part of the Ann Demeulemeester brand since its inception. Fitted equestrian-style jackets and minimalist shirts encompass a majority of the collection. Loose silk trousers and chunky boots stomp down the runway in unison. The internal punk comes out to showcase their embellished sophistication. Male or female matters not in this abrasive charade of fashion.

Ann Demeulemeester Sheridan Jacket

The jackets are the main staples to this collection. The unique copper tone will make you sharper than a penny, while the individual button allows the lapels to flare out in style. Where’s a top hat when you need one? The Sheridan Jacket is reminiscent of Marlene Dietrich and Katharine Hepburn’s androgynous Hollywood glamour. Jackets for all occasions are evident.

Callista Dress Ann Demeulemeester

Vintage vibes are eminent with long bohemian dresses that possess a dark edge. The Callista Dress has buttons that go down the front and a fitted A-line shape, while the loose flare of the Georgia Dress takes robes to a whole new level. Warmth, comfort, and elegance are achieved through these billowy creations.

Ann Demeulemeester Callista Shirt

Minimalist shirts that make a statement are part of Ann Demeulemeester’s DNA. The Callista Shirt in Bottle Green is a lovely addition to your wardrobe. The emerald glint will be sure to turn heads as you pair them with your favourite skinnies or drawstring pants. The Clero Top in Cream can be worn with your favourite leggings or with other minimalist items.

Punk androgyny is all part of Ann Demeulemeester’s game.

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