Are you looking for sweatpants, a leather jacket, and an Off-White hoodie? Sandals with socks? What are you waiting for? Wide leg pants, knitted sweater, and baseball cap? Why not. You can literally wear whatever you want!
Let’s go back to 2008. Two global factors influenced pricing: resistance to trends and quality. Heritage was also very important – brands were proud of the past, and history seemed to confirm that their clothes were and will always be. Buyers spend serious amounts only in complete confidence that a new jacket or trousers would serve them not a couple of seasons, but many years. Over time, this approach is recognized as outdated, and it was replaced by materialism. For example, Balenciaga Triple S sneakers were given a little more than six months to stay relevant. It seems that now everything is different again: the era is returning, in which clothing matters a little more than just the logo that decorates it.