In her second runway show for Wanda Nylon, designer Johanna Senyk struck an underground vibe by rendering streetwear staples in her signature waterproof fabrics.

 

The designer used her favorite materials, including translucent PVC for jeans-style jackets and dungarees, and glossy vinyl in bright red for cool, boxy coats and thigh boots. The oversize silhouettes and presentation seem to take its cues from the hippest of the Parisian labels: Vetements.

 

Senik also borrowed from a famous Japanese motorcycle brand to craft a logo signed with Wanda and printed it on white baggy T-shirts, black hoodies and beanie hats. She also used a stretch Lurex fabric for total looks in bright purple or yellow and elongated her black varsity jackets and coats to sweep the floor. As cool as some of the clothes were, they had that sense of déjà vu.