Raf Simons has always been the fashion designer that investigate into how culture moves and evolve and represent it into great pieces of clothes that were all inspired by a social problem in concrete. This time was the relationship between us as individuals with dress codes which inspired the whole collection that has been released by different drops.
In the drop that came out earlier this month, we can see a different part of the collection. A selection of pieces that have the streetwear elements of the brand in it with the mix of graphics and oversized silhouettes. The pictures for the selling campaign represent young boys wearing the pieces in a standard and societal way. Going away from the runway show were genders were more blurry for the viewer. Hoodies, bomber jackets, shirts, pants and hats are the essential wardrobe that presents Simons with this drop.
Back to the runway show, we can see in the next images that what the designer from Belgium tried to do at first glance was to reinterpret what we conceive as gender pieces or if genderless fashion is truly a thing. But he goes deep in to it when it shows uniforms where male and female had the same silhouette and to figure it out which gender is which is kind of difficult. Also his adventure at Prada might condition the way he is seeing uniformity and the dress codes that come with it.