It should be noted that sartorial trends can pass by and reappear as the freshest attire on the catwalk. It only takes an eye that has travelled and observed many worlds physically, or just the realm of art and fashion in (digital) print to realize which styles are really timeless. Rule of thumb; whenever it concerns a garment that was deemed quintessential when it was first introduced, it will generally become a little bit of history repeating among fashion’s many fads. Since the Greek gods, draping has always been a technique that can truly transition sartorial trends. Take this black slinky number worn by her, which exudes a very modern look because of the asymmetrical cut. An oversized, sheer kimono vest worn over the dress is yet another neo-traditional element, just like the thobe djellaba style shirt worn by him. Paired with some dark ripped jeans and concomitant slippers, his ensemble is as time-honoring as it is contemporary. And with summer lurking behind the corner in a beachless city, these ensembles are dipped completely in the darkest raven black.
Thobe Shirt: Zara // Jeans: River Island // Slipper Sandals: Eram // Bracelet: Werkstatt München
Dress: Zara // Kimono: Monki // Shoes: Pull & Bear
Beachless City – Sandro Bianchi & Vinz Vincenzo