Paris Fashion Week Menswear Trends Round-up: SS'19
The runway was awash with suits in all genres - we picked the best ones for you - shiny (Tom Ford), all black err'thing (Dries Van Noten), neon blazin' (Acne Studios), pastel perfect (Dior Homme) and (Paul Smith). Together they could make the rainbow hem and haw!
Looks were drenched in floral motifs - on rainwear (Valentino, Louis Vuitton), on beachy shirts (Jacquemus), on the whole look (Dior Homme)
Well, what's summer without a bit of avant garden!
These pieces make questions like 'who are you wearing?' superfluous and de trop! Find major logo shout-outs at - Valentino, Balmain, Lanvin and Kenzo.
Designers lacquered pieces like a work of art with graphic printing at a Louvre exhibit. Move over Monet, Exhibit A is underway - blurry prints (Paul Smith), oriental prints (Yohji Yamamoto), bold n bright brushstrokes (McQueen, Louis Vuitton).
Let it rain!
The Parisians always cache for the rainy day and the runway was as perfectly right as rain with trench coats (Maison Margiela, McQueen), bright windcheaters coats (Kenzo, Dries Van Noten) and super-sized silhouettes (Lanvin, Louis Vuitton). Raincheck? Don't even think 'bout it!
Your best lap yet!
The runway carbon copied the running circuit with epic jogger suits at Issey Miyake, Tom Ford, Off-White and Hèrmes.
All creations totally gold medal worthy!