RUNWAY: Balenciaga FW17Demna Gvasalia injected tailoring into his latest collection for Balenciaga, like the baggy pinstripe suits shown. However, the collection was unsurprisingly laid back with shirts full unbuttoned, revealing the tiny frames that wore the baggy clothes. There were Balenciaga branded boots, from combat to moonboots, as well sweatshirts that were branded with the Balenciaga logo or that of its parent company, Kering, pronounced "caring". How apt. In the end, the collection had the hallmarks of Gvasalia's aesthetic: wide and baggy and an emphasis on dramatic shoulders and silhouettes.