GCDS Spring/Summer 2024 is the campest thing we’ve seen at Milan Fashion Week thus far, and we’re here for it. Under the helm of the brother duo Giuliano and Giordano Calza, GCDS (which stands for God Cannot Destroy Streetwear, by the way), served up a diverse collection of looks, ranging from ball gowns to sailor’s fits.
And it did so, with monogram embroidered ensembles bearing the chest and flaring the legs, hot pants that just about qualified as so, hip-bearing denim, crystal-covered big-buckle belts, and so much more.
But it was the camp undertones that really sold the SS24 show. Jorts and boots gave nothing but Fire Island, while even the humble polo top was transformed into a glitter-collar cropped number, destined for the GoGo podium. Even a pair of sweat pants or shorts couldn’t escape GCDS’ glamification, as they came down the runway bedazzled in chrome orbicular shapes.
The very same details were found resting upon the extended bumper tread of a pair of chrome Derby shoes, while more decorations decked out the made-for-men ballet flats (about time, if you ask us).
As if GCDS hadn’t given us enough to ogle over, it concluded the show with a dazzling, sparkling, silver ball gown, blown out to editorial photoshoot proportions in a way you’d imagine Mia Khalifa slaying in.
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