Athleisure dominated the trend landscape in 2016; the cult movement towards premium streetwear shows no signs of holding up this year, either. Vetements, Balenciaga, Supreme (especially now that the NY-based street brand officially collaborated with Louis Vuitton for Fall 2017), and Off-White are the brands leading the cool charge for elevated sportswear that sits comfortably on the FROW, as much as at the skate park (a scuff or rip makes it all the more edgy, after all).
In the Middle East, there are streetwear brands bubbling up in cool response to the laissez-faire fashion climate; Coded Nation’s King Abdulaziz sweater is on our radar and The Abduls often take to Insta for moment with one of the brand’s photogenic new T-shirts. Meanwhile, Flaws.inc is taking orders for its achingly-cool sweaters via DM on Instagram. Get tapping.
With both high-end and underground brands meeting the mark for what millennials want to wear now, Vogue Arabia shops the key pieces to own and wear on repeat. Scroll through the gallery above to insert luxe leisure into your wardrobe.
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