Junya Watanabe

With models busting moves on the runway to a funky R&B soundtrack, Junya Watanabe's latest men's collection shared its aesthetic with the well-dressed American vocal groups from the 60's and 70's. Watanabe used a tuxedo template and variety of sassy dinner jackets, fun tweeds and super-cool spectacles throughout his AW15 lineup. Standout pieces included a set of black trousers spruced up with rich wools or with the Japanese designer's signature hobo patches in velvet. 

Loewe

After presenting his eponymous label's AW15 collection, Jonathan Anderson flew to Paris to present Loewe's new men's offerings – which exuded a strong vintage feel from the seventies as Anderson dug deep into the Spanish label's archives. Linear knitwear in colourful pixelated patterns were paired with long and luxurious trousers that gently draped over the Loewe's woven leather loafers. With a beautiful selection of outwear also coming into view in the clean cut shapes of aviator jackets and Japanese denim peacoats. 

Ann Demeulemeester

Creative director Sébastien Meunier stuck the French fashion house's ethos this season as he used puzzle constructions on military-inspired coats and jackets, with detachable collars and panels for Ann Demeulemeester's AW15 lineup. Colour was also splashed across fitted leather trousers and trench coats in green hues and mustard shades while red lace-ups did the walking.