Much-hyped Parisian design collective, Vetements, has teamed up with London-based publisher, IDEA Books, on a self-titled limited edition photo book. The images featured were shot by Pierre-Ange Carlotti in the days before, during and after the collective's Spring/Summer 2016 show in Paris.

The 304-page tome will be limited to a super-exclusive run of 500 copies, and features a plethora of images of beautiful, well-dressed young people living lives that so many of us dream about but will probably never get to experience outside of its glossy pages.

Scheduled for release on January 23 and retailing at $65, VETEMENTS will be available from Dover Street Market's London, New York and Ginza flagships, the Comme Des Garçons Trading Museum in Paris, and from IDEA Books online.

Familiarize yourself better with Vetements by taking a look at their Fall/Winter 2015 lookbook.

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