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SCOUT Favourties from Paris Runway

In Paris, menswear collections have shown great inventiveness as always, but wearable collections are still the focus for more commercial brands.

The new masculinity has been discussed from different perspectives. Maison Margiela explored the traditional english tailoring presented in provocative sexy looks. For Ann Demeulemeester, 19th century feminine clothes set the tone. Rei Kawakubo named Comme des Garçon's collection as "Crazy Suits" questioning the rules of male tailoring.

In a different path, Acne Studios and Junya Watanabe waved with less fantasy on the runway. Utilitarian jackets and waistcoats full of pockets dictated the looks. For Acne Studios a balanced and summery colour palette was a good surprise, with pops of lime and coral to contrast with caqui and navy neutrals.

We can't have enough from Dries Van Noten and Louis Vuitton. Both colelctions had a beautiful and strong colour coordination with vibrant shades that had a balance together, all very pleasant and exciting to the eye.

Here's a few of our favourite looks:

Comme des Garçon - by Yannis Vlamos

Comme des Garçon - by Yannis Vlamos

Maison Margiela - by Luca Tombolini

Maison Margiela - by Luca Tombolini

Ann Demeulemeester - Kim Weston Arnold

Ann Demeulemeester - Kim Weston Arnold

Comme des Garçon - by Yannis Vlamos

Comme des Garçon - by Yannis Vlamos

Junya Watanabe - by Yannis Vlamos

Junya Watanabe - by Yannis Vlamos

Acne Studios - Kim Weston Arnold

Acne Studios - Kim Weston Arnold

Dries Van Noten - by Yannis Vlamos

Dries Van Noten - by Yannis Vlamos

Louis Vuitton - by Yannis Vlamos

Louis Vuitton - by Yannis Vlamos

28 Jun 2018