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Paris Men’s Fashion Week has gone dope

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Paris Men’s Fashion Week came to a head on Wednesday with a second day of shows touting a dynamic season and presentations featuring brands such as Dior, Vuitton, Issey Miyake and Givenchy, who have returned from the pandemic.

Paris Men’s Fashion Week came to a head on Wednesday with a second day of shows touting a dynamic season and presentations featuring brands such as Dior, Vuitton, Issey Miyake and Givenchy, who have returned from the pandemic.

Here are some highlights from the Fall 2023-Winter 2024 shows:

BLUEMARBLE explores identities

Bluemarble counts among her famous lovers like actor Timothee Chalamet and singer Justin Bieber. An armed fashion editor asked front row if designer Anthony Alvarez was making a statement with his fall performance about how closely he follows the French brand.

His eye-catching show inside the American Cathedral was the perfect melting pot of street style, fashion, cultural references, and country hops.

A New York-born with Filipino, Spanish, French and Italian roots, Alvarez uses his myriad identities as a main focus of the style. The brand name itself is universal, and was borrowed from an iconic photograph of Earth taken by the Apollo 17 crew in 1972.

A pair of faded blue jeans and bright yellow loafers celebrate the decade on Wednesday. The beloved gray knit was emblazoned with the brand’s name and paved the way for countless shaggy, multicolored men’s looks featured as part of the legendary Woodstock and Yeti.

But there were also some clever moments, like the shapes of masks that appeared on boleros and suggested questions about the nature of one’s true identity.

Cold Reservation by Bianca Saunders

A fresh mint vibe permeated Bianca Saunders’ third show in Paris.

He came from an understated, often over-the-top aesthetic, able to bridge cultures with ease and skillfully channel his British and Jamaican backgrounds.

And flashes of color, like a bright neon blue shirt, met an otherwise understated ensemble that was cool precisely because of its restraint.

The first look, a tailored suit, brought clean, sterile lines to accentuate simplicity, or what the house says is “Saunders’ address for the tension between tradition and modernity.”

Other moments were fun and thoughtful, like the giant gray coat the model wears with bangs just below her eyes.

Andam award-winning Saunders is one of the few menswear designers to have designed, and is a welcome addition to the Parisian calendar.

Saint Laurent black channels

The house that redefined women’s fashion in men’s suits in the ’60s is swinging in the opposite direction this season.

Designer Anthony Vaccarello brought the long, dark silhouettes of Saint Laurent’s womenswear wardrobe to an aesthetically flowing fall show.

However, the 46-piece black ensemble was sometimes light on new ideas.

Matrix-style leather coats, with Vaccarello’s signature big shoulders, found their way alongside slicked-back hair and sunglasses, but also new-age romantics tuxedos and edgy bows.

A black patent leather bow contrasting with a matte black wool coat was a typical style for the Belgian designer, but it was a highlight of the show nonetheless.

The front row was gorgeous and included French actress Beatrice Dahl in an oversized tuxedo peeking out from under black shades.

Gina Ortega, star of the hit Netflix show “Wednesday,” was pictured arriving in a hooded black dress.

Thomas Adamson, Associated Press

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