Thom Browne New York Spring/Summer 2016 men’s collection, Paris. Photography by StyleZeitgeist and may not be reproduced without expressed permission.
Ann Demeulemeester Spring/Summer 2016 men’s collection.
We would like to present to you Rick Owens’ Spring/Summer 2016 men’s collection.
Boris Bidjan Saberi spring-summer 2016, Paris.
We would like to present to you Haider Ackermann’s Spring/Summer 2016 men’s collection.
We would like to present to you Raf Simons’ Spring/Summer 2016 men’s collection.
We would like to present to you Iris van Herpen’s Fall/Winter 2015 Women’s collection backstage.
On a recent trip to Paris I visited the showroom our favorite perfumer, Mad et Len. Moving to a dedicated showroom has allowed the brand to fully showcase its universe, which includes candles, lava rock home scents, and blackened iron objects hammered by hand. At the core of Mad et Len’s ethos is combining the light and the ethereal (scent) with the dark and earthy (hammered iron).
Geoffrey B. Small fall-winter 2015 collection presented in Paris.
Let me get something out of the way – though my writing is critical more often than not, I don’t particularly enjoy blasting fashion. So, it is with a certain elation I would like to report that this past men’s fashion week in Paris was one of the strongest I’ve seen in a while.
For me it began last Wednesday night when Haider Ackermann presented his most convincing collection yet. Everything seemed to coalesce – from the muted but rich color palette to lush fabrics to nonchalant styling. It was presented at the Galleria museum, and the presentation and the clothes were just the right shade of decadence, a fantasy world of the rich and idle whose saving grace is impeccable education and impeccable manners.