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While runways are typically quite cohesive in casting and styling of tall, thin models, Vetements instead brought a melting pot of models and stereotypical representations to its Fall 2017 menswear show today. From rich Upper East Side grandmothers to punk teens, cool dads, not so cool dads, “secretaries”, stoners and more, there was a look for literally everyone on the runway.

The show, which took place at Paris’s Centre Georges Pompidou, featured a diverse lineup including men and women of all ages.

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Taking inclusivity to the next level, both the menswear and womenswear covered a wide variety of what we’d call stereotypical real people uniforms. There were the obvious choices: goth, punk, biker, etc. And then the not so obvious ones like a dad in a cowboy-inspired belt and jeans with the Vetements logo across the crotch (major points to whoever gets their dad to wear these jeans first).

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The womenswear featured looks fit for the assistant to the CEO, ladies who lunch, pageant contestants, biker babes and more.

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While the streetwear brand has a tendency for turning heads, today’s runway lineup had heads turning for good reason: to remind us all that fashion is for everyone.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US