For her Fashion Week debut, the 21-year-old wore a partially open blazer, oversized pants, a gray collared coat and belted leather trench coat – along with her usual metal-rimmed glasses.
It’s hardly unusual for a designer to tap into the zeitgeist in this way and could signal more significant fashion moments ahead from the Brooklyn-based artist.
Fashionista editor-in-chief Tyler McCall banged the leather-coated nail on the head a tweet reacting to the news. “Fashion works fast,” she writes. “Well… in fact, fashion is quickly catching up with buzzing new talent. Everything else is still pretty slow. ”