Men’s Paris Fashion Week Round-Up

Men’s Paris Fashion Week Round-Up

Men’s Paris Fashion Week Round-Up 2022

With Men’s Paris Fashion Week coming to a close, we’re here to give you a rundown of what we took away from the iconic week presenting the Spring/Summer 2023 collection. Paris Fashion Week saw the return of Celine to the runway, as well as brands like Issey Miyake and Comme des Garçons. Heritage French luxury houses including Dior, Louis Vuitton and KENZO brought in global celebrities like Jaden Smith, Kendrick Lamar and Justin Timberlake to watch front row. As well as global stars, the attendees dressed in vibrant hues and casual layering due to the scorching heat wave of the European summer.

Loewe Grew Real Plants on Clothes and Shoes

Jonathan Anderson sent out models wearing looks that were embroidered with real-life plants and greenery from his Loewe collection. The British designer used the remarkable set and concept not only as a springboard for some of the most accomplished designs seen this season, but to make a thoughtful comment about ecology and humanity’s contempt for the natural world. Anderson collaborated with Spanish bio-designer Paula Ulargui Escalona to set, water and grow everything from Chia plants to cat’s wort on coats, footwear and denim.

Thom Browne’s Cowboys Wear Tweed Chaps and Jockstraps

Models walked and twirled on the runway with their raunchy chaps out, cowboy hats and boots with spurs – all made in luxurious tweeds complete with fringe and sailor motifs. These iconic looks, especially the red, white and blue jockstraps most definitely caught the eyes of the attendees.

Celine closes Paris Fashion Week

Celine designer Hedi Slimane sent out bare-chested models in sheer, unzipped tops and dazzling blazers on Sunday night. Leggy and long-haired, the models stomped down a wide runway in sunglasses, hands thrust in front pockets, as spotlights blinked. Celine’s summer runway presentation was crammed with clothes imbued with a rock spirit.

How Kenzo found a 70’s Groove

KENZO artistic director Nigo found a groove with his second collection, drawing vibrant parallels with house founder Kenzo Takada. Throughout the runway, Nigo channelled the 70’s through vibrant colours and mix-and-match cultural fusion. Models were dressed in bright, yellow-loaded waistcoat, Breton striped scarves and Asian crossover styles in jackets.

Make sure to shop the runway look on Tessuti.

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