The trend-setting brand shows us the way forward – all in six minutes at their Paris couture outshine

A hoody under a spaghetti strap … layering the Vetements way.

A hoody under a spaghetti strap … layering the Vetements way.
Photograph: Etienne Laurent/EPA

The hoody as a posterior layer

You know that real-world thing where you get into a hoody or a hooded quilted Uniqlo jacket as a layer below your coat? The hoody as practical bottom layer is now officially Vetements-approved. On the catwalk – which was in reality the lobby of the Pompidou Centre – an orange hoody was worn underneath a spaghetti strap, sari-silk evening dress. Just concoct if someone did this on the red carpet. That would be the best impedimenta ever.

The new Vetements jean: think 90s R&B night in a suburban federation

Vetements jeans

Make way for the skintight jean. Photograph: WWD/REX/Shutterstock

Move aside, wonky-hemmed Frankenstein jean. Commission way for the jean that is high-waisted, skintight and made to be worn with stilettos. They break apart in white or an almost stonewashed pale blue. Destined for pressing cult status are the all-in-one jean-stiletto boot hybrids, which ferry the thigh-high boot to the next level and about which we possess so many questions (how do you wash them? What happens if your acquaintances have stripped their floorboards and instigated a no-shoes rule?).

The inside-out denim jacket

Double denim, the Vetements way.

‘The successor to the Frankenstein jean.’ Photograph: WWD/REX/Shutterstock

The successor to the Frankenstein jean is a double-layered denim jacket that appearance ofs to be made of two jackets with the top one inside out. Something like that, anyway, it was poverty-stricken to be sure on first viewing; the models had clearly been perceived to walk as quick as possible. Some of them overtook each other on the catwalk, and the generally show was over in six minutes, so details were hard to possession. Anyway, the easy-win styling trick here is to turn your denim jacket confidential out.