For her fashion week debut, the 21-year-old walked in a partially opened blazer, oversized trousers, a gray collared coat and a belted leather trench — as well as her usual wire-rimmed glasses.
It’s hardly unusual for a designer to tap into the zeitgeist in this way, and could signal more major fashion moments to come from the Brooklyn-based artist.
Fashionista Editor-in-Chief Tyler McCall hit the leather-donned nail on the head in a tweet reacting to the news. “Fashion works fast,” she wrote. “Well….actually, fashion grabs at buzzy new talent fast. Everything else is still pretty slow.”