The street style set is endlessly enamoured of Nineties logos – from Fendi’s revitalised retro double F’s to Dior’s Nineties-hued J’Adior slingbacks – but which will you choose for scene-stealing moments this spring? Browse Vogue‘s edit of the snappiest logos to wear now with inspiration from the street style scene.
The conversation point now? Dressing to excess with the nonchalance of an Italian aristocrat. Adopt a nose-to-tail approach and speed into a new era of desirability.
Hermès and Gucci have built a cult following for their glyph-adorned waist belts, but Off-White has revitalised a retro stretch alternative. Pair with the matching white boots for the ultimate power play.
Are your ankles fully dressed?
A penchant for name-dropping via a bag or coat is par for the course, but the chicest logo-adopters are dressing their ankles in ticker tape of the Dior variety.
Knit one, pearl one
Loewe’s homespun cotton-blend yarn is an ironic nod to the Fair Isle trend that’s on the ascent for autumn – consider this the subtlest way to brand yourself.
Classic, heritage style is in Burberry’s British-to-the-core DNA. The point of difference now? Knowing subversion, with a return to the pre-1999 logo and the season’s hit see-through shopper.
Fade to black
An inky backdrop surrenders the spotlight to punchy graphics. The double F is back at Fendi and stealing the show.