Highlights At Paris Men's Fashion Week. Part II

Highlights At Paris Men's Fashion Week. Part II
Highlights At Paris Men's Fashion Week. Part II
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Video: Paris Men Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020/2021 - Cinémoi 2023, February
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On the second day of Paris Week, Maison Kitsune, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Damir Doma, Issey Miyake, Viktor & Rolf, Balmain, Alexander Wang, Carven, Dries Van Noten and Yohji Yamamoto presented their collections. The fall-winter 2015 collections turned out to be stingy with bright colors, but there are many reflections on the silhouette and cut.

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    Maison Kitsune. Fall-winter, 2015/16

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Light and free, the Maison Kitsune collection is addressed to a younger audience. In these clothes, you can most likely imagine students or those who are just starting their careers. Informal classics are mixed with street style here, which makes the models comfortable, but not too relaxed.

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    3.1 Phillip Lim. Fall-winter, 2015/16

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Phillip Lim presented in Paris a collection that contains everything that is relevant in men's fashion today. This year's Fall / Winter models combine military, uniforms and washstyle, yet look relaxed and restrained at the same time. The avaricious color scheme emphasizes the calm mood of the collection and suggests paying more attention to comfort.

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    Damir Doma. Fall-winter, 2015/16

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The incorrigible romantic Damir Doma prefers soft looks that will look great in the city's scenery. The designer's coats turn into comfortable robes made of soft wool and cashmere, and the suits attract with smooth lines and pleasant textures.

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    Issey Miyake. Fall-winter, 2015/16

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Issei Miyake relies on the texture of images, combining very different materials. Textured velvet in the new collection is juxtaposed with wool and silk, which adds depth to the models. The designer's thoughts on volume and experiments with it deserve special attention: some of the images are obviously inspired by oriental motives.

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    Viktor & Rolf. Fall-winter, 2015/16

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The design duo Viktor & Rolf has prepared one of the best collections of the first day for the guests of the Paris show. There are sports, elements of men's classics, and an accurate understanding of comfort. Looks from this year's fall-winter collection will be appropriate in any situation, except perhaps for formal events.

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    Balmain. Fall-winter, 2015/16

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Another collection that stands out from the general mood was presented by the Parisian brand Balmain. The new models have both luxury, which the brand does not try to hide, and relaxation, bordering on hedonism, and current dynamics. For modern dandies who are bored with nostalgia for bygone eras, this is the perfect option.

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    Alexander Wang. Fall-winter, 2015/16

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The collection that Wang created for his own brand is significantly different from the minimalist models of Balenciaga. In these looks, simplicity and comfort are not highlighted, but are tactfully hidden behind a solid cut, decor in the form of floral prints and exquisite fabrics. Another versatile collection, clothes from which are appropriate in any situation.

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    Carven. Fall-winter, 2015/16

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The Carven brand invites men to spend times of crisis by choosing seemingly simple clothes. Indeed, are luxury and bright colors appropriate when world economies collapse and political relations escalate? Straight lines, laconic cut and restrained colors are what you need. The main thing is not to forget about elegance and look perfect.

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    Dries Van Noten. Fall-winter, 2015/16

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Dries Van Noten, who we know for his love of functionality in clothing, this time deviated from the usual course. Taking the military and nautical style as a basis, the designer experiments with layering and volume. The general mood of the collection can be expressed with the words "from Friday to Saturday". There are many voluminous and loose shorts, aprons and skirts worn over trousers. At the same time, the top remains more laconic, but still colorful and no less original.

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    Yohji Yamamoto. Fall-winter, 2015/16

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Yoji Yamamoto's images still have a philosophical depth. This time, the designer reflects on the duality of life and combines completely different elements in the same models. Raw edges and relaxedness coexist here with austerity and formal style. Traditionally, Yamamoto's collection has his signature layering and masterful handling of volumes.

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