What We Learned From Paris Men’s Fashion Week 2019: Part 3

As it is with London and Milan, we have our own favorites for the best trends at Paris Men’s Fashion Week. Yet, unlike the two previous events, this one stretches longer-just like Paris being the longest MFW-so get ready for part 4.

For the meantime, see our picks below!

Enter the Matrix

Top: Dior Men, Louis Vuitton, Christian Dada
Bottom: OAMC, Heron Preston, Issey Miyake

Fall/winter will always bring out the best of formal attires. And while apocalyptic outfits are having quite the spotlight, a vision of a brighter future also got some stages. Future chic’s clean, modest but updated cuts look both out of this world and elegant.

Jump Around

Top: Etudes, Angus Chiang, Y3
Bottom: Off-White, Hed Mayner, Undercover

If Milan was filled with tracksuits, the more intricate but quirky jumpsuits made the news here in Paris. Experiments with fabric, colors, patterns, even styles elevated the onesie into another level.

The Gaijin

Top: Celine, Sean Suen, Dior Men
Bottom: Dries Van Noten, Cerruti 1881, Dunhill

Asian influences is nothing new – as well as its acculturation into the formal suit. Yet it’s always fascinating to see new treatments on implementing this idea – as evident with many brands.

*Continued to Part 4