The final shows of the fall/winter 2020 menswear season took place in the heartland of fashion: Paris. From Louis Vuitton, Dior Men to Craig Green‘s first-ever show in Paris, and more — take a look at all the highlights from Paris Men’s Fashion Week below.
We all know that Kim Jones never fails to impress his audience with his vision. Taking Dior Men to the next level of elegance, this season the designer opened the archive to take references from ’50s women’s haute couture pieces for this collection to create statement silhouettes.
Cowboys galore! The fashion house featured this FW20 season cowboy hats and side fastenings with checked jackets including a jeweled pin.
Bella Hadid and Gigi Hadid walked the runway for Jacquemus and nearly broke the internet with their catwalk on the show which saw models wearing luxurious yet simplistic designs.
One of the most talked-about shows this season, Jonathan Anderson turned the heads this Paris Men’s Fashion Week by presenting a collection full of luxury fabrics with sequins and metallic finishes. The runway saw bold headpieces with knitted sweaters and trousers layered with full-length trench coats.
British fashion designer Green joined Paris Men’s Fashion Week this season for the first time after having shows in London during previous seasons. The audience witnessed his collection as a new chapter and a new take on Samurai armor.
Virgil Abloh never disappoints. This season Louis Vuitton’s menswear offered the label’s signature motifs on work shirts alongside suits with bold accessories with sky-inspired colors and prints that revealed a whole new side to Abloh’s creativity.