We're not talking about those dirty hipsters' holes anymore, but about exquisite details that are very very neat... No more "faux vintage ripped" effect, but clean looking holes/distressing... Looks like it's about to make it very big!
i love that Lutz look. overall the detail, works for me in the Lagerfield Gallery, but not so much in the Victor & Rolf, those are more like keyholes anyway. I prefer the hole as a cutout which has variations in the shape rather than the perfect rigid circle opening.
I dunno,I quite like the ripped,distressed,heirloom affect-it can have a certain elegance and grace about it if done on the proper pieces.
But the whole ripped jeans & t'shirt's thing,personally I don't think that was ever really part of it,that distressed heirloom style. Everybody's jeans get worn out...and people were already wearing them as such before it become a big deal...before,it was grunge...now,it's so-called vintage. Bah. People put gimmicks on anything these days.