Another day filled with shows from big names, the 3rd day of Paris Men's Fashion Week allowed the playful Junya Watanabe and Comme Des Garcons, denim masters Acne, Loewe, the eerily beautiful Ann Demeulemeester, Korean minimalist designer Juun.J, Berluti, John Galliano and Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy to present their upcoming collections to bloggers, fashion editors, fashion buyers and celebrities.
Cerruti Autumn/Winter 2013
A trend has emerged amongst most of the designers, and it's definitely the woody, chocolate browns that are abundant in their collections. Cerruti is aboard this trend train, and expertly added navy blues, charcoal greys and lighter browns to design an earthy collection. The reflector sunglasses give a modern element to the looks without hindering on the sophisticated sartorial look of the outfits and pieces.
Kris Van Assche Autumn/Winter 2013
Casual, cool and fresh sums up Kris Van Assche's latest offering. Great attention to details such as "fabric-as-print" on the madras shirts, cuffed trousers and layered button up-skivvies would definitely appeal to the younger high fashion enthusiast. Most of all, the Nike Air Max-inspired sneakers in hues of teal, crisp white, warm browns and black are what truly makes this collection cool, allowing a look that is both relaxed and polished.
Maison Martin Margiela Autumn/Winter 2013
Maison Martin Margiela is one of my favourite fashion houses, and never seem to disappoint me. Once again, Margiela's minimalist vision flows throughout the collection, with the clean lines, crisp colours and focus on fabric and texture being the saving grace. Pops of colour such as olive green, aqua blue and cream stand out amongst the neutrals, and almost disguises the fact that the buttoned cardigans are actually made from beanies - showing his ability to still uphold his love for sustainable fashion.
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