Men's Paris Fashion Week F/W'18: Dior Homme, Balmain Homme and Hermès
See the best collections showcased on day four...
Men's Paris Fashion Week started on a strong note with shows from Off-White, Valentino and Louis Vuitton and day four saw some of the world's most coveted labels showcase their Fall/Winter '18 collections.
Kris Van Assche took the Dior Homme collection back to its roots yesterday. While looking at Monsieur Dior's defining 1947 collection for women as inspiration, the new autumnal collection boasts crisp, clean cuts crafted in military-inspired silhouettes across suits, jackets, sweaters, t-shirts and denim.
Synonymous with exaggerated shoulders, waist-defining silhouettes and a heavy dose of shine and glamour, Balmain's new Fall/Winter '18 collection delivered pieces true to the brand's signatures. Channelling a military motif this season, metallic embellishments and leathers in a utilitarian colour palette were key, completed with plenty of pockets and zippers.
Hermès ended day four with a stunning display. Embodying the collection's title, Endless Road, the seasonal range was dominated by cashmere sweaters, crocodile parkas, silk suits, classic trousers and sleek coats in the brand's signature rich tones.
See the best of the collections here...
Also, take a look at the best street style trends from day three of Men's Paris Fashion Week.