As one of the newest brands on the fashion scene, Dumitrascu has turned heads for their impressive gender-neutral clothing and forward-thinking eye. So the fact that designer Andra Dumitrascu and co. decided to head to a Parisian metro underground station after their original venue cancelled is hardly surprising — they know just how to adapt to what's happening today. It ended up being an even more fitting venue than planned, a common place where the collection could shine among the actual streetwear of today — where the present meets the future.
As the station ran like normal, the models strutted their stuff, often in duos, down the platform line among commuters likely bewildered to see a runway strut as they're rushing to an appointment (little did they know, they were the front row of a Paris Fashion Week show). Loose and androgynous streetwear was on the menu, with pants flared at the seams, nylon capes, and slips over color-blocked sweaters, all in bold color palettes. The deflated balloon sneakers and black-and-white shiny cowboy boots were highlights that, alongside the long fringed skirts and tube tops, proved truly everyone could pull off the most niche items.