After seeing menswear collections from London and Milan, it was now time to see what Paris had in store.  This week was filled over memorable trends and distinct looks throughout the collections each day.  There were so many to choose from, but here I have included some of the collections that really caught our eye.  
Day 1 (1/20/16)

OAMC Autumn 2016/Winter 2017

Photo: Courtesy of OAMC

This collection consists of military inspired looks (i.e. camouflage jacquard outerwear, military-style trousers, and military lapel pins).

Off-White Autumn 2016/Winter 2017

Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com


It was an interesting yet successful choice to use bright colors for the canvas during the runway show.  It offered a great contrast to the neutral looks while complimenting brighter ones.

Day 2 (1/21/16)
Issey Miyake Autumn 2016/Winter 2017

Photo: Kim WestonArnold / Indigitalimages.com

It was all about textures and color for this collection.  If guys are fans of either those things then they won’t be disappointed.

Our Legacy Autumn 2016/Winter 2017
Photo: Courtesy of Our Legacy

I thought this collection offers guys an even blend of streetwear and workwear which works perfectly for those who are seeking to get the most out of their wardrobe.

Day 3 (1/22/16)

Cerruti 1881 Paris Autumn 2016/Winter 2017
Courtesy of Cerruti 1881

This collection marks the debut Jason Basmajian’s debut as chief creative officer for the label. The standouts of this collection are the well-tailored coats.


Givenchy Autumn 2016/Winter 2017

Photo: Monica Feudi / Indigitalimages.com
The theme of this collection is Freedom according to Tisci.  Although, this is the menswear collection I would say the women looks really make take notice as well.
 Day 4 (1/23/16)

Kenzo Autumn 2016/Winter 2017 

Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com


The audacious pattern featured looks left a huge impact.  I wouldn’t say they overpower the more solid looks, but definitely, will keep you talking.  This collection is for the guy who isn’t afraid to take risks when it comes to fashion.

Mihara Yasuhiro Autumn 2016/Winter 2017
Photo: Courtesy of Maison Mihara Yasuhirow

Yasuhiro took viewers on a journey to the past with this collection focusing on past lives.  Denim, Plaid, and Retro Keepsake patches make appearances on several of the looks.  It has a more relaxed feel to it.

Hermès Autumn 2016/Winter 2017
Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com

The luxury brand communicates what is known for. Véronique Nichanian used high-class fabrics such as extra- fine cashmere, calf-skin,  and lamb. This collection consists of well-polished looks with the  lavish guy in mind.
Day 5 (1/24/16)

Lanvin Autumn 2016/Winter 2017
Photo: Kim WestonArnold / Indigitalimages.com

       According to Alexander Fury of Vogue Runway, this collection marks Lucas Ossendrijver’s 10th year designing for Lanvin.  I was interested to see what the label would do especially after the recent departure of Creative Director Albert Elbaz this past October.  That aside it was a very cohesive collection overall. My preferred pieces from this collection are the trench coats.

Faith Connexion Autumn 2016/Winter 2017

Photo: Courtesy of Faith Connexion

It was so many different elements used throughout this collection. There wasn’t a shortage of streetwear looks from denim, leather and sweats just to name a few.  The clown theme was very evident which help keep the collection interesting.
This is a close to yet another menswear season in Paris.  Next up is Haute Couture in Paris followed by New York wrapping up menswear for the Autumn 2016/Winter 2017 season.  What are your thoughts on Paris Fashion Week?  Do you have a favorite collection? Let us know by commenting below.

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