PARIS — Hard times don’t always call for conservatism, and French men’s wear designers took more risks on the runways for fall than their Italian counterparts, offering just the right dose of je ne sais quoi to keep retailers inspired.

“Paris didn’t play it as safe as Milan, and that’s a good thing,” said Eric Jennings, vice president and men’s fashion director at Saks Fifth Avenue.

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