Men’s Fashion Week opens Wednesday in Paris with co-ed shows from Paul Smith and Kenzo, plus Haider Ackermann’s Berluti debut and some interesting new names such as Icosae and Sankuanz all on the agenda.
Across 53 venues and three days, 'Les Journées Particulières' saw 145,000 visitors take part in its third edition. The event, helmed by LVMH Group, showcases the savoir-faire of the group's maisons to the public.
The collaboration between the young Italian designer and the Italian luxury menswear fashion label has ended. Canali's summer 2017 collection, which will show in June, will be created by an internal design team.