Paris menswear: highlights from Juun. J, Krisvanassche, Cerruti

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Juun. J

The Korean designer showed minimalist, boxy silhouettes featuring sporty tops and long, wide shorts in pure white and pajama stripes, pinstripe suiting and leather. There was a schoolboy ease to things with the models’ slicked-down center-parted hair and velcro sneakers, and the show finished with a series of smocks covered with whimsical words and illustrations.


The Dior Homme designer presented his Spring-Summer 2015 suiting slashed at the knee and worn with denim belts. Tones ranged from orange plaid and gray windowpane checks to khaki, blue, and a day-old guacamole green. Footwear options included leather sandals and buckle-strap creepers. 


Aldo Maria Camillo sent out models in fun sandals with loafer fringing and tassels; long, loose shirts; intarsia knit sweaters and jackets (mostly double-breasted) with a more controlled silhouette on the bottom half, trousers arriving short and tapered at the ankle. The show finished with a flourish of stunning check outerwear. 

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