Bigger shapes are nothing new for Sir Paul Smith, who’s been dressing rock stars since he was 18 and seen men’s fashion expand and contract.
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WWD went off the runways and onto the streets and sidewalks for some of the best looks.
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WWD went behind the scenes at the fall show.
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In his sophomore runway collection for the Parisian master tailor, Vizzone took cues from “skinny, skinny jeans,” adding a pinch of stretch to the equation.
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Mihara Yasuhiro gleaned inspiration from Ram Dass’ spiritual book “Be Here Now” and hobos of the early 20th century.
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Pierre Hardy was largely inspired by musicians.
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WWD went behind the scenes at the men's fall show.
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Chun Wu and Hung-Sheng Huang took in the show in Paris.
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The collection was strong if drained of emotion: a synopsis of the season’s news in its dark and moody palette; and generous proportions in outerwear.
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Roland Mouret worked a town and country theme, updating classic styles and giving them some heavy-soled modern clout.
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With this collection, Jean Touitou delivered a broad choice of well-crafted outerwear taking in aviator, bomber and navy-style jackets.
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