It looks as if designers are fed up with airline baggage fees this season. Who needs a suitcase when you can fit all you need in the clothes that you’re wearing? Human luggage was abundant in men’s showing from London, Milan and Paris. Perhaps it was the evolution of utility wear, or perhaps streetwear packed for an overnight. Either way designers like Dsquared2, Lanvin, Off-White, Rick Owens, and Louis Vuitton all found comfort in providing storage options for ones comfort. The Impression is delighted with the trend that gives ‘carry on’ a whole new meaning. Now if we could just address those in-flight meals!
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