Source: Vogue

Balenciaga has officially unveiled their Fall 2018 collection for one of the most highly anticipated shows of Paris Fashion Week. Creative director Demna Gvasalia revealed the brand's newest patterns and textiles, showcasing their next direction of full looks. The numerous pieces include, and are not limited to an graffiti-laden skatepark set, the unisex runway featured tailored dresses modeled by women, with slim hand-covering turtlenecks for men. Women modeled exquisite layered dresses, outerwear pieces, sporty multi-pocketed parkas and oversized leather jackets, ankle-length coats, plaid shirts and many more looks. Accessories include ski-goggle glasses tote shoulder and waist bags, new footwear which consists of tall heels for women and square-toed derbies for men.

Balenciaga's 2018 fall collection also officially marks the debut of the brand's collaboration with the World Food Programme. The charity groups ultimate goal is to end global hunger by 2030. Each piece from the Balenciaga Fall 2018 collection marked with the WFP logo or 'Saving Lives, Changing Lives' quote will provide assistance to the organization. For example, the purchase of a logo-bearing windbreaker will earn the WFP to give kitchen sets to 100 families. Check out more information on the donation process on Balenciaga's website and check out the full lookbook runway above.