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


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Fashion loves a good collab. And Valentino revealed not one, but two, design partnerships as part of its latest, very-black menswear offering in Paris.

The first? Birkenstock. Valentino’s creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli teamed up with the ubiquitous German brand for its universality, delivering Valentino-stamped sandals to be sold in limited stock worldwide.

The second? Japanese conceptual fashion designer, Jun Takahashi of Undercover fame. While the winter line was trés noir this season, Valentino went to town with the Asian designer sending out spaceships, flying saucers, ’90s rockers and Ludwig van Beethoven prints—the latter seen on beige mohair sweaters, intarsia coats and jacquard trenches.


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Fendi’s head designer, the unmistakeable Karl Lagerfeld, was the inspiration behind the Italian label’s latest men’s collection.

Known for his penchant for jackets, Lagerfeld—as a result of the invitation by Fendi’s men’s head to create something new—designed a series of tailored outerwear including a six-button, double-breasted jacket with patch pockets and narrow lapel, the star of the wintry show.

Other tailored pieces included super-fine wool blazers, cashmere coats and a suit that sat like liquid nylon on the lanky model. Lagerfeld also scripted a new, double-FF handwritten logo, which donned cowboy-style boots with contrasting rubber soles. That’s a ‘giddy-up’ from Fendi this season.

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