Leading couture houses reported strong momentum in the second half, in spite of the violent protests in France since Nov. 17.
The "What Men Wear and Why" has interviews with designers incuding Paul Smith, Stephen Jones and Charles Jeffrey.
Andrea Rosso focused on giving a second life to jacket linings this season.
Hedi Slimane's first dedicated men's outing was an ode to British style titled "Polaroids of the British Youth."
The event was held in a black ephemeral structure set on the Place de la Concorde.
The first brand in the incubator is Motofumi “Poggy” Kogi.
Masanori Morikawa’s collection was full of urban sartorial pieces.
Jeans were cut on a men’s shape to get the ultimate masculine leg, but with an elevated waistband to fit a woman’s body.
It was the first collection for the house conceived by creative director Yuni Ahn.
Yohji Yamamoto offered a fresh melding of sportswear codes with a sparse rendering of his layered universe.
The starting point of the colorful country-meets-city line was a collection of Victorian-era riding jackets the designer found at a market.
The fringes on long chunky-knit cashmere sweaters were made from hand-pulled tufts.
Natalie Ratabesi's first pre-fall collection brought about a more tailored aspect to her impressive namesake label.
A burst of psychedelic color and pattern greeted guests on the way into this show, which drew from designer Humberto Leon’s Chinese-Peruvian heritage.
The workwear themed collection added sustenance to the fledgling men’s line, plus another chapter in the storytelling.
The Mobilier National served as the perfect backdrop for Véronique Nichanian’s modern updates on men’s wear classics.
His collection, with its Fox Brothers flannels and cozy knits was handsome and youthful, packed with tone-on-tone looks and loose tailoring.
Layered looks came without the added bulk while the abundance of logos showed no sign of letting up.
The brand's in-house design team was inspired by Scotland, Harris Tweed and the textile designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Roberto Cavalli’s fall collection was all about ease, and the designer’s Tuscan roots, too.
Stéphane Ashpool created a poetic collection of textured pieces in soft hues, which he presented in his brand new Parisian studio.
The designer looked once again to her Jamaican heritage — and her British upbringing — for this collection that put a fresh spin on sporty and street staples.
Wobbly, disheveled models paraded the pointed and self-assured collection which included a sleek, cowhide jacket with tufts of fur.
Germany and Sweden-based Lazoschmidl, showing for the first time in Paris, left little to the imagination with its “Planet Sex” collection.
Michael Michalsky's debut collection for the Swiss luxury sportswear brand, which turns 50 this year, is based on archival designs.
Katie Chung was inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Lost Generation this season.
He will oversee brand management for the high-end retail company.
Dilan Lurr's silhouettes hummed with repressed energy, telling the story of creative minds struggling to fit within the corporate world.
A doll-like form became a leitmotif for the season.
Mike Amiri hit the great outdoors for fall.
The master tailor in this captivating show delivered a series of elaborate gowns crafted from a suit’s parts.
Designer Ben Taverniti added zips to the sides of black down jackets: once open, the garments looked almost cape-like.
Jonathan Anderson's magpie sensibility was on display in his debut men's wear catwalk show for the brand.
The Seoul-based label showed its men's and women's looks in a boxing ring under the Palais de Tokyo.
Designer Chitose Abe showed a sensual, energetic mix of women’s pre-fall and men’s, with lots of texture, plays on volume and fun, deconstructed and reconstructed pieces.
Men's wear designer Philippe Paubert looked back to the house's extensive print archive.
The designer fetched a belted suit jacket from the archives and refined it for a contemporary audience.
Christophe Lemaire took a tailored turn, hanging onto all of his signature soft edges as he added some structure.
Sébastien Meunier infused a rock vibe into the collection this season.
The event was held in a sprawling, ephemeral, oblong structure opposite the École Militaire, with the Eiffel Tower looming in the near distance.
Mihara Yasuhiro’s collection had a casino theme.
For his third collection in eight months, Kim Jones collaborated with cult U.S. artist Raymond Pettibon.
A bright aquamarine ensemble closed the show — complete with a yak fur shawl.
Sweatshirts and gray mélange knits were embroidered with "All Together Now" in multiple languages, a message, McCartney said, that resonates now more than ever.
Ten months after taking the helm at Berluti, Kris Van Assche showed his debut collection in the opulent setting of the Opéra Garnier.
The modelpreneur and Beautycon ceo hosted a dinner in L.A. to celebrate the winner of their "Next Beauty Star" competition, which they hope to bring to TV.
Rei Kawakubo clearly thought there was room for a few more dark rebels in Paris, sending out a goth punk collection complete with inky black lips and harnesses.
Davide Marello updated Italian botanical prints from the Forties and Fifties and turned them into modern silhouettes in boxy cuts.
The collection felt purer and closer to the vision of the house founder, and her deep fabric research, as the master of luxurious Nineties minimalism.
Cecilia Bönström chose to channel rock and Pop Art aesthetics for fall as Zadig & Voltaire seeks to build its men's business.
In place of spring's minimalism, pre-fall brought about a more maximalist lineup to reach a younger clientele for St. John.
Eighties accents toughened up Mathieu de Ménonville's nonchalant yet classic Parisian wardrobe.
The Parisian streetwear brand based its collection on the wardrobe of British racing driver James Hunt.
The artist has created a series of space-age bomber jackets that are being presented by the edgy Copenhagen trade show.
The event, choreographed by Daniel Ezralow, took place at the Centre Pompidou.
The designer added his contribution to the idea of headgear as a fashion statement by detaching hoods from their puffer jackets.
The designer and e-tailer released a new collaboration on the heels of a successful initial offering last year.
Hugues Fauchard and Rémi Bats celebrated the humble gardener for fall, the message being that the solution to climate change perhaps lies in the earth itself.
Julien Dossena channeled British eccentricity, mixing aristocratic nods with rock-'n'-roll and grunge elements.
The designer, who was born in 1961, called his show Silver Swagger, and said he aimed to dress his generation of men — and older ones, too.
Inspired by an antique tapestry, the designer refreshed her sweet aesthetic with a punkish vibe.
The designer delivered a feminine collection injected with a flamboyant, audacious feel.
The Montreal-based intimate apparel firm will help grow Flora Backer’s lingerie brand.
Proceeds will benefit the Franca Sozzani Fund for Preventive Genomics at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital at Harvard, established by Francesco Carrozzini, son of the late editor in chief of Vogue Italia.
“Silver Screen to Mainstream: American Fashion in the 1930s and '40s,” will open at the Chicago History Museum on April 8.
The fashion group includes Virgil Abloh's Off-White label.
It’s a place where the iconic Parisian marinière surrenders itself to Balmain’s glam-rock universe.
Ideas for shopping, eating, art-viewing and pampering in between shows.
Demna Gvasalia tackled a new subject: the Internet, especially the Darknet, though there was no real design news in the collection.
The collection, featuring men’s and women’s looks, was an eye-popping affair with creative knits taking the center stage.
Pushing against the current streetwear tide, Fujita turned to the dark suits and bowler hats of the chaotic Thirties.
The Hong Kong streetwear brand threw a space-themed party to present its galactic main line and a slew of edgy collaborations.
The collection, with its tongue-in-cheek dandy-gangster printed silk shirts, was filled with lightness, humor and escapism.
The advisory board will provide guidance to university leadership on strategy and growth opportunities and help shape distinctive programming.
The app, which will feature augmented reality content and live-stream the label’s couture show next week, is part of Olivier Rousteing’s drive to democratize fashion.
The shaving giant launched a commercial earlier this week. You may have noticed it.
The three American brands are the latest to link up with airlines, with Zac Posen and Ozwald Boating being among the others.
The designer drew on the memory of his submerged hometown of Fengdu to build a compelling and very chic lineup for fall.
The Belgian designer dialed back the sportswear with a collection that aimed to offer "a view of tailoring for a next generation."
The collection formed the sartorial accompaniment to a book Rick Owens has written on Larry Legaspi.
The company looks to bridge communication between law officers and children.
With a $1.5 million grant approved by Gov. Andrew Cuomo more than three years ago, supporters are trying to raise $850,000 more to maintain the yet-to-be constructed memorial.
Virgil Abloh paid homage to Michael Jackson, with a set reprising the singer's video for "Billie Jean."
The collection, done entirely in shades of dark blue, with white string embroideries and fat gold buttons, was a vision of military men gone AWOL.
The designer outlines his growth strategy for the brand.
The evergreen supermodel’s long locks were gone at the show, also attended by guests including Timothée Chalamet, Kid Cudi and Takashi Murakami.
The avenue continues to attract luxury and designer tenants.
Casey Cadwallader continued his exploration of sculptural tailoring, without forgetting to have a bit of fun.
Nerds, jocks, rich kids and cool kids: Virgil Abloh explored American high school archetypes in his pre-fall collection.
Alexandre Mattiussi gave Paris a hug with a collection of colorful coats, knits and tailored separates inspired by the beauty of the city's bourgeoisie.
The auction will take place at Christie's Paris, against the backdrop of Paris Couture Week, on Jan. 24.
The upcoming show will draw from “The Corset: Fashioning the Body,” “Gothic: Dark Glamour,” “Shoe Obsession,” “Daphne Guinness,” “A Queer History of Fashion,” “Fairy Tale Fashion,” “Black Fashion Designers,” “American Beauty" and other previous exhibitions.
The door marks the company’s first on the West Coast.
David Sarfati sought to conceptualize the codes of masculinity through uniforms, sports and transportation design.
Yusuke Takahashi was inspired by the wind for his chic collection.
Along with a cash prize, Coker will receive a sponsored catwalk show with Fashion Scout during London Fashion Week.
Mark Bozek's new fashion documentary, "The Times of Bill Cunningham" will be screened Feb. 7.
Skilled at voluptuous, large shapes, Luke Meier managed to make his oversize coats and shirts look chic and elegant, never sloppy.
There was promise in Louis-Gabriel Nouchi's second runway show, but you needed to look past the silver lamé and high-visibility details.
The label extended outerwear to puffer coats — including a checked version lined with polar fleece and another in slick, black nylon.