The Best Men’s Fashion Week Shows For Autumn/Winter 2019

Unlike the summer shows—where sportswear was the biggest trend to walk for men—tailoring and suits stood tall for winter 2019. Celine’s debut with Hedi Slimane Saw coats cut with a New Wave edge, while Thom Browne literally sent out men’s suits that were made into frocks.

Intrigued? Read on for the 10 best men’s fashion week shows for autumn/winter 2019.

Louis Vuitton

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In the second collection from Louis Vuitton with Virgil Abloh as men’s creative director, the French maison sent a pop music-influenced collection that satired the style of Michael Jackson down the Paris runway

Abloh’s mis-en-scene—a recreation of New York’s Lower East Side—opened with a grey double-tailored coat in canvas worn with wide trousers with split fold at the front, while a second double-tailored jacket saw a bomber back sewn onto a traditional blazer.

Monogram quilted puffers in leather or cashmere came covered in glitter, and world flags on statement pieces such as pleated skirts worn over trousers—signalling Louis Vuitton’s stance on diversity and gender fluidity this season.

Thom Browne

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New York native Thom Browne showed a theatrical men’s collection in the French Capital that played on what it means to dress like a man in 2019. The edgy tailor, known for his light grey tones, sent out suiting appropriated into evening gowns, with dresses made from heritage materials such as English hunting wool, Harris tweeds, Shetland wools and military cashmeres.

Boundary-pushing still was Browne’s use of bubble wrap, as seen in the series of Mary Quant-esque fitted gowns worn with mittens and Egyptian Pharaoh hats, of course.

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