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▪Since I love clothes but don’t closely follow fashion news, trends tend to creep up on me in the form of unexpected urges. I want ugly sneakers on my feet, for example. Or, I want all my earthly possessions to be burnt-orange. Or, most recently, I must purchase a tiny hoodie and tie its drawstrings at the neck in a bow. Curious as to who informed this particular desire (we’re not just randomly attracted to cerulean sweaters, after all), I did some research.
▪“Some research” entailed scanning the internet for instances of tied drawstrings in recent fashion shows or street-style slideshows. And it was successful: Two sweatshirts with knotted drawstrings, I found, went down two separaterunways in two separate 2018 shows — one Off-White, the other Céline. Dozens of street-style photos and Instagram snaps further confirmed my theory: The look, which I dubbed the Off-Duty Model Drawstring Thing (ODMDT), was a bona fide trend. I contacted Emilia Petrarca, the Cut’s fashion writer, to help me contextualize it further. “I think the knotted, high-at-the-neck drawstring is a deviation of the very of-the-moment gorpcore-esque head covering, which Raf Simons did in his spring show,” she said. “Basically, it follows a familiar fashion trajectory: Raf does some avant-garde thing, Virgil makes a streetwear version, and then everyone does it.”
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