Dover Street Market caters to high demand of Vetements pieces
From Supreme season to now Vetements, the French fashion house has been in such demand due to it's driven force to the genderless movement. The most worn street wear label of this year, the no longer underground label was founded by Georgian designer, Demna Gvasalia who is the current creative director of Balenciaga, and has led the brand to become the most photographed and Insta friendly of the 21st century from it's logo raincoats and oversized hoodies. Catering to the very high demand of the brands apparel, retailer Dover Street Market has now opened a section entitled 'Archival Vetements Pieces' which consists of some of the most worn jackets, hoodies and other apparel wear from two years ago. To learn more visit DSM New York's online store.