Paris menswear shows: highlights from day four

Posted on


The South Korean designer went minimalist with her sporty tailoring this season. Shirting with gold foil applied, check patterns, pinstripes, and tailored shorts worn over the top of trousers were all key. She also ticked this year’s trend for double-breasted top coats.

#gold #minimalist #pinstripes


At Hermès, designer Véronique Nichanian served up multiple iterations of classic luxury leather pieces, plenty of double-breasted jackets and coats, and slanted pocket zip-up outerwear. Luxury bombers and down-filled jackets in alligator added extra glitz (and extra dollars to the price tags).

#reptile #leather #accessories


Mixing denim, woolen and tweed tailoring, patches of silver and gold, technical fabric coats and pants Mihara Yasuhiro once again blended aspects of traditional sartorial tailoring and sporty-cut streetwear. Key pieces included the 21st century twists on felt military coats which came with plenty of handy pockets.

#suiting #streetwear #metallics

Dior Homme 

At Dior Homme, Kris Van Assche was inspired by the great man himself. He sent out models with crystal tie pins in sharp pinstripe and polka dot suits and furs, some featuring Lily of the Valley (Christian Dior’s good luck charm) floral embroidery. There was some streetwise edge to the denim and green military field jackets, functional pocket jackets and sharp-cut coats.

#military #elegance #crystal flowers

Written by

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *