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Of all the menswear looks we saw on the streets at couture, this was one of my favorites. It’s so simple but so good – just a heathered blue and white sweater, jeans, boots and pale gray blue helmet (that somehow goes with the sweater). Also note that this is a rollneck sweater, similar to what we’re seeing by Chloe for fall 2014. Never say never again, kids.
Loved this palm tree print jacket on Phil Oh at Chanel haute couture. Jackets are the perfect canvas for the intricate prints in fashion now in menswear and womenswear alike – worth noting for fall.
Well, this was definitely my favorite shot of the day. Ralph Lauren exited his 2015 resort show impeccably dressed in his own label. It’s hard to deny his star power. Even Condé Nast editors are starstruck by him, especially when his son David charmingly introduces him by saying, “Meet my dad.”
Just a few hours before this year’s Met Ball, our thoughts go out to the men who’ll be attending. Much has been written already about the strict dress code of white tie and tails for the men. Spending thousands of dollars on an outfit you may only wear once – we women wonder what that must be like?!? C’mon guys, you can do it. Let these stylish guys outside the Roberto Cavalli show be an inspiration to us all.
Just as there are no hard and fast rules anymore about white shoes and Memorial Day, animal prints like leopard are not just for fall. Paired with white jeans on Bryanboy at Altuzarra, a leopard print coat looks fresh for spring.
Marie Claire accessories editor Kyle Anderson is always dressed (and accessorized) to the nines during fashion week, and even the last show of the last day of the last fashion week was no exception. At the Hermes show in Paris, he wore a Prada print jacket, shredded Saint Laurent jeans, and Pierre Hardy high tops. Detail shot of the sneakers after the jump. (more…)
This guy, seen at several shows during Paris fashion week, has really cool personal style – menswear deconstructed. The vest is actually layered over a striped jacket and that over a striped painter’s shirt. The jeans cuffed high are also a nice and unusual touch.
Update: He is Damien Foxe of the Financial Times.
Flashback to the first day of Fashion Month: WSJ’s David Thielebeule always strikes just the right balance of classic and on trend in menswear, layering a black and white burled coat over a black leather jacket, white button down and dark jeans.
Simone Marchetti of La Repubblica wore a great black and white plaid coat and shirt to the Armani show in Milan. And: that’s a Fendi fur keychain on his bag.
The ever-dapper Justin O’Shea of MyTheresa strode into the Marc by Marc Jacobs show in a gray plaid coat, gray three-piece suit, paisley tie and pink shirt. The whole look nodded to current trends (plaid, pink and paisley) but stayed within the parameters of O’Shea’s distinct personal style.
Inside the show, also attended by LVMH’s Delphine Arnaud, there were several big changes: the line is now designed by Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley, appointed this fall, and the new label name will be MBMJ.
I have to keep reminding myself that as a street style photographer, it is possible to look good in bad weather during fashion week. It is possible it is possible it is possible… Case in point: the ever-dapper Karl-Edwin Guerre of Guerrisms seen here on a miserably wet day outside the Etro show in Milan.
Fashion people, take heart and use your clothes as beautiful armor against this snowy weather. I know I will when I hit the streets for New York Fashion Week – starting tomorrow!
Men’s accessories are a huge growth area in retail right now, and no wonder when men like La Repubblica‘s Simone Marchetti wear them so well. The pink polka dot scarf is Valentino.
A little menswear for you: Vogue columnist Hamish Bowles’s choice of a plaid suit in summer 2013 seems prescient now that plaid is everywhere on the streets for men and women. Also love how his socks match his shirt.
I have to say I had no idea Pharrell Williams was so well dressed in “real life.” This is such a great mix of the patchwork coat, tee, necklaces, cuffed jeans, leopard print pony skin skater shoes, and just a glimpse of a black and white polka dot cardigan underneath. The fedora is not only elegant but perfect for a drizzly afternoon in Paris.
La Repubblica‘s Simone Marchetti is one of the most dapper men on the European fashion scene. Camouflage has been a continuing motif for him, now updated in a pixelated houndtooth print version in this jacket, which I think is Valentino.
P.S. He is really fun to follow on Instagram if you want an inside look at the fashion world and, when he’s off duty, la dolce vita.