Things Got Weird in a Good Way during 69’s Fall Presentation
February 18, 2016 - fall Denim
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LA-based tag 69 is all about good ol’ fun. They always have been: Their gender-neutral denim comes with witty XXL proportions—think, cocoon-like capes that come with room for two, and impassioned flares that make JNCO raver pants demeanour like spare jeans. Even celebrities have gotten in on a act: Beyoncé’s dancers wear their shorn-off button-downs in a song video for her new single, “Formation,” and only this past week Erykah Badu pulled on one of a label’s friendly snoods.
That freewheeling, fun-having suggestion was unequivocally most in a atmosphere currently during 69’s Fall 2016 presentation. Like some hulk community wise room, models wearing BDSM-style denim masks striped down, attempted on, and afterwards traded looks in full perspective of a crowd, before jumping out one by one to uncover off their unpretentious dance routines. “I wanted to uncover that a garments work on everybody,” pronounced a designer, who wishes to sojourn anonymous. “When a models are wearing masks, we don’t know or caring who they are, it’s unequivocally only about a clothes.”
In a sense, concealing a temperament of a expel amped adult a feel-good vibe of a eventuality that most more. Models were totally giveaway of their inhibitions, twirling around like spirited children in high-waisted pleated trousers and Cousin It–style fringed denim dresses. One eager toddler on a sidelines even grabbed one of a label’s trademark receptacle and started grooving along to a beat, too. Whether 69 confirm to make their cold unisex pieces in baby sizes or not, it’s transparent that a kids are all right.