Paris Fashion week menswear has brought us the latest trends into tailoring with a twist for this autumn/winter. In the Fashion capital, designers from all over the world showcased their work, including Britain’s own Paul Smith. Bringing us all new quirks of tailoring, the ever blooming talent wowed the crowds and celebrities who witnessed front row.
Classic Tailoring with a new sense of style, we bring you Paris Fashion weeks highlights for men’s autumn/winter ’16 collections.
Kenzo stuck to the original form of tailoring however created distinctive pieces using unique construction to create exciting details.
Paul Smith showcased a range of tailoring techniques from fitted to oversized this mix created a new look for men’s tailoring.
Lanvin constructed oversized pieces with an open detailed pinstripe shirt, fitted with a larger jacket with a checked detailed lining.
Valentino went for the simple yet effective designs, with a long coat fitted with a smart shirt and trousers for a classic tailored look.