Paris Men's Fashion Week: Carven Spring/Summer 15

Paris Men's Fashion Week: Carven Spring/Summer 15

A nod towards 'the disaffected youth'

Image: Carven

Following on from Raf Simons' presentation of a similar theme yesterday in Paris, Carven takes a pared back, athletic approach towards SS15

As well as presenting his sports-led looks for womenswear Cruise 2014/15 yesterday, Guillaume Henry took his menswear runway to a similarly athletic place – however albeit a little more pared down.

British director Ken Loach and his somewhat bleak films inspired this Carven collection, as well as a generous nod towards the disaffected youth – the, "kids growing up in gas stations, schoolyards and football pitches surrounded by estates," as the show notes explained.

That meant buttoned to the neck colour-blocked shirts and jackets, belted trench coats and slouchy streetwear track-type pants with side stripes. These came in muted shades of grey, navy, khaki and black, with the odd pop of orange or blue.