Category: Paris

Paris Menswear Runway Shows

PFW Men: BERLUTI SS20

  Berluti’s Kris Van Assche embraced an elevated reality for Spring/Summer 2020, continuing his journey through the house’s heritage. Classic codes were updated, icons were used as a starting point for new pieces, and the previous season’s adventurous designs were amplified in color and detail—like the patina suit (made to …
Paris Menswear Runway Shows

PFW Men: Louis Vuitton SS20

Recently in Paris on the streets of Place Dauphine, Louis Vuitton presented its Spring/Summer 2020 collection—designer Virgil Abloh’s third men’s collection for the house. The event, a site unlike any other, followed the designer’s recent campaign thread of “boyhood” and its many wonders. Bits of that wonderment first came into …
Paris Menswear Runway Shows

PFW MEN: Acne Studios’ SS20

 As a brand that focuses on adding its own experimental spin to archetypes, Acne Studios’ Spring/Summer 2020 collection stayed true to its roots. Looks were pieced together flippantly—a scarf tossed around the neck; a sweater hung with trails of interwoven fabric; a shoe with apparently-ragged soles—evocative of a project created …
Paris Menswear Runway Shows

Paris Fashion Week Men: OFF-WHITE SS20

 At Paris’ Le Carreau du Temple, OFF-WHITE’s men’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection, “Plastic,” made its way down a runway surrounded by a field of white poppies. The collection featured a selection of elevated streetwear pieces like baggy denim, layered t-shirts, and tie-dyed cargo pants, accompanied by a mix of outdoor items …
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The Off-White Resort 2020 Collection

Off-White has unveiled the lookbook of the Resort 2020 collection entitled Rationalism. For the upcoming season, Virgil Abloh proposed a range of outerwear, sweatshirts, shirts, graphic t-shirts, pants, sneakers and accessories as usual influenced by street and sports elements, but also strongly oriented towards tech wear. This aspect is expressed through …
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Balenciaga Unveils It’s FW19 Campaign

For the new advertising campaign, Balenciaga hires the creative talent of Jean-Pierre Attal. The artist, famous for using photography as a form to portray contemporary urban society and decipher its multiple facets and paradoxes, chooses to recreate his 2012 project Ethnographic Landscapes. In his original work Attal transported the “man …