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Our Favorite Men's Looks From Paris Fashion Week

Stylish menswear fashion straight from the runways in Paris.


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Paris Fashion Week always brings a lot of excitement in the fashion world—after all the city is home to most of the top luxury houses that, every season, go out of their way to stage shows that keep people talking for weeks. Trends are born here. And that’s true for both womens- and menswear.

In the next eight days, brands such as Chanel, Givenchy, and Louis Vuitton as well as up-and-coming labels ike Afterhomework and Marine Serre will present their spring 2020 collections putting their spin on next season’s major trends.

So what can we expect from the shows? So far, sustainability has been a major topic in New York, Milan, and London, and with Paris bracing for climate protests this week, designers will surely embrace eco-conscious fashion. The 80s are making a major comeback in womenswear so we can only wait and see how designers will translate that into their menswear looks.

Without further ado, scroll down to check out the must-see men's looks from Paris Fashion Week.

Isabel Marant

Isabel Marant’s male models were styled in printed shirts and really short shorts.

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Julien Dossena looked to the 60s and 70s for inspiration for this spring collection.


Stylish trench coats worn over suits in a monochromatic palette were part of Lemaire’s spring 2020 collection.

Guy Laroche

Rolled-up pants and unbuttoned shirts were all the rage at Guy Laroche.

Maison Margiela

John Galliano’s male models were clad in trench coats and jackets inspired by the uniforms of soldiers and sailors during World War I and II.


Comfort must have been the main factor when Bruno Sialelli was designing this Lanvin collection.


The message from Mugler’s show? No shirt, no problem, gentlemen.

Marine Serre

Serre’s male models were styled in outerwear that ran the gamut from ultra-fitted printed jackets to sportswear-inspired trench coats with multiple pockets.


The brand’s must-have pieces for next spring include this beige zippered shirt and a pair of hot pink pants.


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