Winter’s tale: Paris menswear autumn-winter fashion shows

White was the colour of Paris menswear fashion shows for autumn-winter. But it was not in the clothes. The last of five frenetic days of collections saw the City of Light turn into the city of frost, with snow blanketing Paris and reducing its grand buildings and monuments to the purest of shapes.

It’s perhaps appropriate that designers Alber Elbaz and Lucas Ossendrijver explored shapes and proportions for Lanvin’s menswear collection.

With a futurist and sporty edge, some of the silhouettes expanded in baggy coats, boxy jackets, and voluminous pants with a low slung crotch. Others were shrunk, for instance, in a sexy fitted black leather jacket with square geometric sections, a tight pentagon-shaped tank top, or skinny pants.Read more
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