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Backstage at Jean Paul Gaultier

WWD goes backstage at Jean Paul Gaultier Men's Spring 2011 collection.

Yohji Yamamoto Men's RTW Spring 2011

Yohji Yamamoto sent out updated visions of the oversized frock coats, breeches and cravats favored by the 18th-century Incroyables.

Viktor & Rolf Men's RTW Spring 2011

Casualness and informality were key to this elegantly subdued collection.

Menswear, Paris, Preview,

Homme Run: Men's Wear Designers Prep for Paris Shows

Men’s wear designers prepare to mount the starting blocks in the French capital.

milan men's fashion week

Buyers Note Color, Wearability at Milan Shows

For retailers, standout collections included Bottega Veneta, Burberry Prorsum, and Prada.

Liberty of London Men's RTW Spring 2011

Liberty of London and its Italian partner Slowear Group unveiled an inviting debut collection of sporty blazers, trousers, outerwear and knits.

Ermanno Scervino Men's RTW Spring 2011

Ermanno Scervino’s masculine hunk was definitely on vacation in short suits, striped separates and slim knits.

Dsquared2 Men's RTW Spring 2011

Buff and tan models strutted in tight trousers, pointed loafers and unbuttoned shirts of slinky silk. Jeans came with a higher waist and a slight flare.

Giorgio Armani Men's RTW Spring 2011

With a summertime city slicker in mind, Armani served up a lightweight wardrobe for spring.

Iceberg Men's RTW Spring 2011

Iceberg’s spring story was inspired by “The Little Prince."

Fay Men's RTW Spring 2011

Motorbikes and adventurous travels inspired this Tod’s-owned brand’s latest offerings.

Marc Jacobs Men's RTW Spring 2011

The downtown kid of yesteryear has fully matured into a refined man in elegant, not boyish, proportions.

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