Our lovely boys have kicked off Paris Fashion Week with a bang! We take a look at some of the beautiful collections our boys were walking for during this season in the French capital.
The stunning and ever-so-charming Hungarian model, Misa Patinski was busy, having been walking for two amazing fall/winter shows. In one sporting dark, jewel-toned, streamlined garments by Mugler among the likes of top models Adrian Cardoso, Adrien Sahores, and another featured ‘Boys by Girls’ model, the dapper Englishman, Jamie Wise.
Below: Jamie Wise & Misa Patinski for Mugler.
Viktor & Rolf
Select model O’Shea Robertson dawned the catwalk wearing Viktor & Rolf’s fantastic, leather-heavy fall/winter menswear collection alongside superstars Peter Bruder Sean O’Pry and Clement Chabernaud.
Below: O'Shea Robertson for Viktor & Rolf.
Phillip Lim and John Galliano
In his second show, Misa wore youthful, 60s-inspired pieces of Phillip Lim’s ready-to-wear fall/winter collection.
Looking polished in a belted jacket, Melker Andersson models Galliano's Creative Director, Bill Gaytten's collection which drew inspiration from the American Prohibition era, featuring double breasted suits, fur and baggy trousers.
Below: Misa Patinszki for Phillip Lim & Melker Andersson for John Galliano.
Clean and crisp, O'Shea Robertson showcases Hermes vision for the AW12 suit that focuses on a dark, granite colour palette and an uncluttered silhouette.
Below: O'Shea Robertson for Hermes.
Sebastian Sauve, O'Shea Robertson and Keith Hernandez were each accessorized with a bull ring creating Givenchy's very own collection of Minotaur models. Black and red was present throughout, echoing the bold and graphic American flag. Tailored suits and darker tones balanced out the more striking designs to maintain a sophisticated aesthetic.
Below: Sebastian Sauve, O'Shea Robertson and Keith Hernandez.
Ann Demeulemeester and Kris Van Assche
Looking elegant and theatrical, Select model Josh Tuckley wears the flamboyant new romantic designs of Ann Demeulemeester that reimagined the silhouette with tailcoats and a mix of drainpipe and loose trousers.
Yuri Pleskun beautifully showcases Kris Van Assche's oriental influenced collection that experiments with layering, wide cut trousers and uniformity.
Below: Josh Tuckley for Ann Demeulemeester & Yuri Pleskun for Kris Van Assche.
Yuri continues to impress wearing naval inspired pieces for Paul Smith such as the jumper covered in a shark teeth print below. Complete with marine tones of blues and greens, every aspect of the designs contributed to the naval theme including jacket collars draped across the neckline to enhance the swirling of dark blue waves of fabric.
Below: Yuri Pleskun for Paul Smith.
Damir Doma and Dries Van Noten
Yuri Pleskun works the tribal imagination of Damir Dova in heavily textured fabrics and sweeping shapes. Paired with the suggestion of the tailored suit and hints of crimson, Doma plays with theatrical reaslism where the conventional becomes the decandent.
Lastly, Yuri has also been featured in Dries Van Noten’s ready-to-wear fall/winter show, sporting elegant, psychedelic prints in sharp, tailored pieces.
Below: Yuri Pleskun for Damir Doma & Dries Van Noten.
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