Emily Ratajkowski is known for her impeccable sense of style, and she’s not afraid to push the boundaries of fashion. Her latest look is a perfect example of this: she’s tripled down on logomania by wearing two pieces of monogrammed Dior from John Galliano’s spring 2004 collection.
On top, Ratajkowski wore a light blue and navy jacket, which she left buttoned, save for one at the top and bottom. She kept the look cohesive with monogrammed bottoms, wearing ankle-length pink and red trotter pants.
While Ratajkowski rocked the nearly-20-year-old set, her shoes are a contemporary favorite: the Loewe ballerina sneaker in white and cream. The trainer’s sleek silhouette and subtle Loewe “L” embroidered on the side was a subtler approach to wearing a logo—much more quiet luxury as opposed to the rest of her outfit’s logomania.
Ratajkowski is a noted fan of Galliano’s Dior, particularly the monogrammed pieces. Ahead of Vogue World: London, she stepped out in a dress from the 2004 capsule collection. The brown, logo-printed spaghetti strap dress was complete with a red, green, and yellow band at the empire waist and the hem. And in September 2022, she pulled a Carrie Bradshaw by wearing Galliano’s newsprint dress from the Dior fall 2000 collection. But she doesn’t just collect the monogrammed clothes: she recently acquired a red long-sleeve minidress from spring 2003. With all this archival fashion in her possession, Emily Ratajkowski may as well add vintage collector to her already stacked resume.
So, what does Ratajkowski’s look mean for the future of logomania? It’s possible that we’re seeing a shift away from the over-the-top logos that were so popular in the early 2000s. Instead, we’re seeing more subtle and sophisticated ways to wear logos, such as the Loewe sneakers that Ratajkowski wore.
This could be due to a number of factors. For one, consumers are becoming more aware of the environmental impact of the fashion industry. Wearing archival pieces is a more sustainable way to shop, and it can also help to reduce the amount of waste that goes into landfills.
Additionally, consumers are increasingly looking for unique and individual style. Wearing archival pieces is a great way to stand out from the crowd and express your own personal style.
Whatever the reason, it’s clear that Emily Ratajkowski is at the forefront of this trend. Her latest look is a perfect example of how to wear logomania in a way that is both stylish and sophisticated.