Givenchy Yohji Yamamoto
Speaking of Givenchy, I was quite confused with Riccardo Tisci’s first menswear collection. Sportswear, ombre, neon pink, lace, sharp suits, an America flag (?) … just too much going on.
Richard Chai Louis Vuitton
I love Richard’s debut. He brought New York to Paris.
My favourite is definitely Raf Simons. The collection stood out for me because it is monochrome but has loads of details and yes, those jumpsuit— they somehow don’t look very feminine, which is good.
On the other side, I am rather disappointed with Dior Homme. This look above basically summed up all the reasons why I don’t like it.
Bring Hedi back please.
As feminizing men is a key trend for Spring, Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons did a whole range of men skirts. Guys, are you ready?
First, it was the men wedges at Fendi, and now, gladiator sandals at Louis Vuitton.
Three makes a trend. After Etro, Ann Demeulemeester and Yohji Yamamoto had cast old men to walk the runway. Wonder if there will be old ladies at the upcoming womenswear show…