Instants at Men’s PFW
The best, the odd…the beautiful and the curious, here’s our selection of “Instants” (uploaded on Instagram) from the menswear’s Paris Fashion Week, #menswear #ss2017 #springsummer2017.
The boxy silhouette at Balenciaga.
A study on “shirt” by Christopher Lemaire…from east to west.
Camo and panther print all over at Valentino, the panther print was originally drawn by Valentino Garavani himself.
The elastic band and the dancers at Carven.
From Valentino’s panther to Vuitton’s Giraffe.
Mint green is the new orange?
A nice and super relaxed take on pants at Yamamoto.
The incredible light design at Dries van Noten.
Finished…unfinished…the basting stitches becomes an original embroidery.
When oversize is really OVER SIZE ;-).
Punkish nihilistic mottos on Christian Dada garments.
Are you ready to take a week off and enjoy a little trekking? Prepare your backpack then!
At Berluti poolside cocktail is all about having fun!
Nice and useful sacai’s gadget.
Just look at the clothes!
What we were talking about? Over size right?
Polkadots meet street-art and stencil.
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Paul made his first trips from Nottingham to London as a teenager in the 60's, crashing on a friend's floor in Notting Hill before headin out to explore the city. Simultaneously, the first Notting Hill Carnival kicked off in 1966. Having called West London his home since the '70s Paul's experiences, then and now, feed into this collection as past and present brush up against each other. #PaulSmithSS17 #PaulSmith #PFW #NottingHill
Somewhere over the rainbow…
Wetsuits who looks like suits or the opposite? 😉