Avellano Fall 2024 Ready-to-Wear: Train of Thought

Had there been a fashion show in sci-fi franchise “The Matrix,” it would have looked something like Avellano’s fall lineup.

Over the years the French latex specialist has made his own a severe wardrobe of dusters, form-fitting sheaths and straight-leg five-pocket jeans shapes, supplemented for fall with long and loose shirts, bodysuits and the addition of a translucent bottle green colorway.

Noah Cyrus, who recently appeared in the spring campaign for the brand, opened and closed the show clad in the biggest novelties, which also matched the two commercial avenues of the brand.  

Her most striking outfit was the finale, an off-the-shoulder gown that had a 10-meter train. This dramatic number was from latex Avellano had thinned down to a satin-like hand and came in a snowy hue that was a new development as the material previously had a yellow tinge to its white.

But the one that showed the biggest evolution was the opening bomber jacket, part of an outerwear collaboration with American clothing manufacturer Schott that also yielded puffers. It’s a category Avellano had wanted to explore for a long time, but developing independently was costly and ultimately too challenging.

“For them, latex also makes sense because it’s windbreaking, waterproof and the latest [materials] are close to fabric so they last over time,” said designer Arthur Avellano. “This is what is going to allow me to democratize my technique more and broaden our range in a more ready-to-wear direction.”

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