This week, Georgian designer Demna Gvasalia exited the subversive luxury streetwear label, raising questions about the future of the brand — and the state of fashion itself.
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The once-white-hot label, where the Georgian designer made his name before becoming creative director of Balenciaga, was the poster child for the rise of luxury streetwear.
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The hanger appeal of the clothes is no longer so evident. The message they're conveying, however, is as unsettling as ever.