Paris Men’s Fashion Week Part 1

Raf Simons’ recent departure as artistic director of Christian Dior has sparked much discussion and controversy regarding the pace of modern fashion; is it too fast, does it stifle the creative aspect of creative directors, and are they simply left to direct with little time for conception of ideas? Whatever the answers to these questions may be, Raf is back in full force at his eponymous label. Simons offered complex, multi-layered looks this season, with models wearing every thing from oversized cardigans and v-neck sweaters to puffer jackets in a variety of colors. The oversized tops were paired with slim black trousers and black lace-up combat boots to finalize the classic Raf aesthetic.


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Kim Jones’ titled his latest mens’ collection at Louis Vuitton “Future Heritage” — a title we at TMS believe couldn’t be any more appropriate. Jones offered a definitively contemporary yet familiar feeling with the collection. Models gripped black trunks down the catwalk — a classic hallmark of the house of Vuitton. Silk and cashmere coating was styled with slim, pleated trousers and more black lace-up shoes. Workwear jackets were worn in addition to patterned, skin-tight jeans and monogram over-the-shoulder bags for effortlessly cool, wearable looks.


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