Ten of the Strongest Looks from Across Paris Fashion Week Men’s

Tom Barker
Editor

The mayhem that is men’s fashion month has come to an end, ateliers are no longer working into the early hours, photographers have stopped lining the streets of the fashion capitals and the press can rest. Concluding in Paris on Sunday, we all now have a moment to breathe and reflect on the Fall-Winter 20/21 season.

 

 

Paris enjoyed a strong season, continuing their tradition of poaching the UK’s finest talents by giving debuts to Kiko Kostadinov and Craig Green in the French capital. Both designers met the high expectations they have built for themselves back home and provided the experimental pastiche and combination of references that London is known for. Up and coming designers Reese Cooper and Bode also strengthened their hype, making them some of the most exciting future prospects.

 

Sitting alongside an array of young talent where fashions old guard, Hermes, the apogee of luxury, Dior and Louis Vuitton all showed collections that will have hit the spot with consumers new and old, while keeping the fashion crowd excited.

It’s easy to get lost amongst the frenzied fashion world at this time, so to cut through the noise we have collected 10 of our favorite looks from this latest season at Paris Fashion Week Men’s, that show craftsmanship and creativity of the highest level.

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