True to Vetements form, the awkward-angled heel makes this boot a little different to what you remember John Wayne, Clint Eastwood and Butch Cassidy sporting. The French brand likes to subvert expectations creating oversized blazers that swamp wearers, men's shirts with cuffs trailing to the ground – taking familiar items and twisting their proportions. Then there's the way they stage their runway shows and their cast – AW15 was held in the basement of a Parisian gay club and SS16, a Chinese restaurant in a dodgy part of town modelled by a crop of Russians. Designer Demna Gvasalia and six of his friends who prefer to remain anonymous (a nod to Margiela where many of the team were schooled) are creating clothes that speak directly to those out on the street, not the glossy fashionistas. But with the hype surrounding them, expect to see Vetements worn by both tribes.