Fashion items from the European fashion capitals: Hoodies

Milan and Paris are the best platforms for streetwear to be also glamorous and sleek and hoodies seem to be the perfect item for the new generation of fashionistas. Vetements revolutionized the way people see and experience streetwear, making them going beyond the nature itself of the garment and intoducing a new luxe made of caps, oversized bomber jackets, decostructed denim and hoodies.

Donatella Versace goes streetwear with a series of outstanding and always feminine hoodies presented on the Fall 2017 runway. Alongside the Versace sexy dresses we are used to seeing from the Italian fashion house, on the catwalk we spotted some very incredible outwear items, beanies and oversized sweaters.

Glenn Martens’s womenswear Fall 2017 collection for Y/Project talks, like the menswear one presented in January, about power using creative and bizarre shapes, featuring exquisite and irregular garments. Velvet alongside nylon, dresses inspired by royal wardrobe and items grabbed from the streets.

Wunderkind‘s Wolfgan Joop designed a casual-chic Fall 2017 collection featuring streetwear-ish deconstructed garments. The designer played with the concept of “young armour”: the hoodies, just like an helmet, are styled like ski masks, covering half of the face.