Menswear’s two most defiantly artistic designers – Craig Green and Jonathan Anderson – began Saturday with two strikingly unique visions in Paris, before Hermès presented a salutary lesson in nonchalant chic.
One reason Paris remains the world’s greatest fashion capital: the city is so photogenic. Underlined by a spectacular Ami sunset show at the Sacré Coeur and an Amiri catwalk display in the charming Jardin des Plantes.
Paris will always be a city of contrasting ideas. Like this Thursday, where luxury brand Louis Vuitton blended French romanticism with hip hop, as Californian-born Rick Owens sought inspiration from Ancient Egypt.
The Milan menswear season finished Monday with a path-breaking, sprightly and jaunty Zegna collection unveiled before a giant vista of the Italian Alps, in a season longing for a return to this country’s roots.
From June 21 to 26, Men's Fashion Week is returning to Paris. The packed program will feature 40 physical fashion shows, eight major comebacks, three new names and numerous events, including the Marine Serre show.