If you ever go back and watch any TV shows or films from the 90s, the one thing that always stands out is how baggy literally everyone’s clothes are and how that’s completely different to how people tend to dress these days.
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This is all set to change in the coming months though according to GQ magazine, with famous designer Demna Gvasalia (??) leading the charge after he included them in Balenciaga’s brand lookbook. Here’s what GQ magazine had to say about the controversial inclusion:
It’s a pretty tall order to get fashion-savvy men wearing flared-out denim again, but if anyone could do it, it’s Gvasalia. He is, after all, largely responsible for turning the bulky dad sneaker from fashion faux pas into certified banger.
Gvasalia’s elevated take on normcore has helped him skyrocket to one of today’s most buzzed-about designers.
I mean I still don’t know who he is but they sound pretty excited and confident about his chances don’t they? Unfortunately, pretty much everyone on Twitter seemed inclined to disagree with them – here are a few of the best responses:
"We gotta sell these pants, what pose speaks to the people?"
"Hm…. Sloven Police Line Up?" https://t.co/ETf1Ed9Nod
— DarkFilly ᵀᵁᴿᴮᴼDₑₗᵤₓₑ 🧿 (@DarkFilly) December 3, 2018
And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. https://t.co/UKhqAT52S9
— Josh Billinson (@jbillinson) December 3, 2018
Yeah I mean surely this isn’t going to happen, even if Demna Gvasalia is backing it? I just can’t see it being a thing because some things really should be left in the 90s along with Pogs and Bablyon Zoo. There’s no need for these to come back, no way.
For more baggy jeans, check out these ‘ripped jeans’ that will only set you back £122. Excellent.