The folks at Slam Jam Socialism could never be accused of neglecting the youth. Having previously tapped into the American high school ideal for SS15, the Italian retailer now turns to tomorrow's generation for a new editorial that mixes luxe garb with premium outdoor wear.

The young models have been styled without prior knowledge of their wears, meaning each photo throws up varying expressions of curiosity and awkwardness as the youngsters settle into their new flow. Children, according to the blurb, "represent a blank canvas, ready to be painted by the experiences of life."

Performance brands including Stone Island, Patagonia, Satisfy and The North Face Red Label all feature in the shoot and take on a new light when juxtaposed with polished garments like A.P.C. coats, sacai shirts and Craig Green pants.

In other editorial news, Russian retailer SVMOSCOW has been busy styling Vetements' SS17 offerings.

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