Paris Men's Fashion Week: Best Collections

Paris Men's Fashion Week: Best Collections
Paris Men's Fashion Week: Best Collections

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Valentino

Pierpaolo Piccioli is shamelessly flirting with millennials. The brand, which for decades “ignored” its Italian origin (what Signor Valentino Garavani himself and his successors did, has always been synonymous with elegance rather than good kitsch, which is often used by Versace, Dolce & Gabbana and Roberto Cavalli), nevertheless gave up free inscriptions - albeit the most graceful that you can imagine.

Photo: Victor Boyko / WireImage
Photo: Victor Boyko / WireImage

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Four letters written in "capslok" - VLTN - were placed not only on sweatshirts and T-shirts, but also on snow-white, perhaps not office, shirts. The jackets got the coordinates, which are significant for the fashion houses of Place Vendôme. There are other numbers: rings with the date of the show - 06/21/17. However, they do not pretend to be on the first lines in the wish-list of the brand's fans. Here, sneakers are beyond competition, created with such a love for detail that you immediately understand: Piccioli has years of work as an accessory designer behind him.

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Berluti

Back in January of this year, when the first collection of Haider Ackermann was shown in Paris for the "elitist" brand, it became clear that the newly minted creative director had received carte blanche. Not that he was not at all looking for a compromise between his own view of men's fashion and the Berluti heritage, but in general, Haider, as they say, gave Haider: a little rock and roll, a little eroticism. With the second collection, Ackermann's influence on the brand (and by no means vice versa) only intensified: trousers - slightly loose, low-sitting; fabrics - with the obligatory satin sheen. And no ties: rare, not business-like shirts are "served" casually unbuttoned by two or three top buttons.

Photo: Berluti Press Service
Photo: Berluti Press Service

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Alexander McQueen

Down jackets, chunky-knit sweaters, leather jackets, suits and shirts - Sarah Burton, the boss at Alexander McQueen, has her own idea of ​​summer. It seems that the Englishwoman decided to turn to the same theme of travel to the north, which was so uncommonly played in the autumn-winter women's collection, which the designer created under the impression of a trip to Iceland. By the way, the brand did not arrange shows in Paris for a year and a half: while Burton, who gave birth to her third child in 2016, was on a kind of maternity leave, the gentleman's line made do with chamber presentations. So we have a comeback - and very confident.

Photo: press service of Alexander McQueen
Photo: press service of Alexander McQueen

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Rick owens

It all started with khaki shorts, continued with trousers (with an obscenely high waist) and ended with suits - why not evolution? Rick Owens put on a grand show on the territory of the Palais de Tokyo, to which only the laziest fashion editor did not sing an ode; some even admitted that after graduation they thought not so much about the collection itself as about life. We readily believe. In his usual manner, playing with volumes and proportions, the designer gave out a personal fantasy on the theme of office clothes and even expressed a kind of respect for the latter, calling the suit jacket “a symbol of civilization”.

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Photo: press office Rick Owens

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Acne Studios

For the presentation of his latest collection, the creative director of the brand Johnny Johansson started a prank: he swapped the places of the guests and models. The latter sat decorously in the impromptu front row, while the journalists were moving along the "catwalk" by no means a model gait; in the finale, even the most timid were invigorated with applause. However, even this cleverly planned trick did not distract real spectators from the main thing: clothes. It turned out to be surprisingly romantic - in our time, normcore, gop-chic and other manifestations of severity! But that's the point: it's a game of contrasts, and Johansson is the winner in it.

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