Cracking Vinyl!

Popularised by André Courrèges in the sixties, vinyl is back in force to liven up your winter wardrobe. Bright, cracked, varnished or colourful, it comes in skirts, trousers and jackets to be used for a total look or just in small touches. Zadig & Voltaire proposes vinyl skinny trousers for a rebel chic vibe whilst doubling up jackets for added comfort and warmth. There’s a guarantee of sexy with bright reflections at Balmain. For a long time it had a bad reputation but today vinyl has become commonplace, voted in by luxury labels and in particular by Italian brands. Versace offers a city version: deceitfully well-behaved. Fendi coats its logo and tartan with a fine transparent layer. Tod’s is made desirable and N°21 it ultra-feminine with lace bordering. MSGM dares exaggerated volumes and to calm down the look, designer Elisabetta Franchi pairs it with knitwear. In black, vinyl keeps its almost classic sex appeal. We’ll be daring colour for a more audacious look with a touch of originality. Vinyl will be the ally of rainy days and will definitely inject some ingenuity into our wardrobes. With interview of Cecilia Bönström, Aritstic director of Zadig & VoltaireMusique libre de droit : Bandit & Nikit

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