The world’s fashion elite descended on the French capital this week for the unveiling of the latest menswear collections for FW24.
Undoubtedly, the headline act on day one was the Louis Vuitton menswear debut by Pharrell Williams (which is why we dedicated a full review to it here).
However, as always, there were plenty of other treats in store for those attending the six-day event.
Day one started with Japanese house Kidill showcasing their punk-inspired capsule for the new season. Rebellion was at the core of the collection by creative director Hiroaki Suiyasu.
Meanwhile, Georges Wendell put forward a collection which looked at status, wealth and success from a satirical perspective, through the use of golf (yes – the sport) as a metaphor to communicate the house’s message through the collection.
Dynamic duo Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh brought Caribbean Couture to the second day of Paris Men’s Fashion Week, through their fashion house Botter. The gender-neutral label showcased a range of bold designs at its show in the French capital.
For Acne Studios SS24 collection, the house put forward an eclectic capsule which included bleached denim, rainbow-coloured pullovers and a mix of floral and patchwork designs. A nice touch to the collection was a series of print and jewellery pieces created through a collaboration with Swedish ceramic and glass artist Per B. Sundberg.