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Say Bonjour To Paris Fashion Week For Men!

Posted on 25th June 2013 | Paris Men Spring 2014

When you think of French fashion, names like Jean Paul Gaultier, Saint Laurent, and Dior quickly pop to mind. So where better to draw a close to the Spring 2014 menswear fashion season than in the chicest fashion capital in the world?

On Wednesday, Paris Fashion Week men’s edition will open it’s doors to the world’s sharpest fashion editors, bloggers, and photographers for five whole days of sartorial pleasure, parties, and printemps collections.

And though the week may not stir up as much of a storm as its womenswear counterpart, there’s still plenty of fashion fun to be had with the menswear collections... and lots of eye candy too!

Day one will get off to a gentle start with designers like Valentino and Raf Simons presenting their latest offerings for the Spring 2014 season, plus a new arrival on the Paris Fashion Week men’s calendar, in the form of Haider Ackermann. The Belgian designer will present his “men’s wardrobe” for the first time independently of his womenswear collection, and we can expect to see lots of draping fabrics and layering as is true to the designer’s signature style.

Day two, and the pace begins to pick up, with big fashion houses to include 3.1 Phillip Lim, Issey Miyake Men, Louis Vuitton, and japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto setting the pace for the final leg of the men’s fashion season.

And if that wasn’t enough to look forward to, then the next three days are full of fabulousness! With everyone from Kanye West favorites Maison Martin Margiela and Givenchy showing, to Dior Homme and Hermes, with the final day ending with the badboy of fashion Hedi Slimane presenting his second menswear show since being assigned the role of creative director at Saint Laurent

Which stars, models, and musicians will be front-rowing, which designer will lead the Spring 2014 menswear trends? Stay tuned with FashionTV as we bring you all the shows straight from the Paris catwalks!


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