Paris Fashion Week A/W 2015: menswear collections editor's picks

Models pose backstage before the Y-3 show in a collection inspired by aviation.
Models pose backstage before the Y-3 show in a collection inspired by aviation.
(Image credit: Julien M Hekimian)

Pressed flower badges and Prince of Wales checks at Dior Homme

Dior Homme: Pressed flower badges and Prince of Wales checks at Dior Homme.

(Image credit: Julien M Hekimian)

Post-punk mods lined up in front of a Tron-like lighting installation.

Acne Studios: It was game on at Acne Studios where post-punk mods lined up in front of a Tron-like lighting installation.

(Image credit: Julien M Hekimian)

structure and textural effects in a collection that reworked casual classics.

Sacai: The serene setting for Sacai's presentation, where creative director Chitose Abe toyed with structure and textural effects in a collection that reworked casual classics.

(Image credit: Jason Lloyd-Evans)

There was a hard edge at Alexandre Mattiussi’s outing, where pierced models knuckled down in snow-white parkas and a herringbone coat thrown over a hoodie.

Ami: There was a hard edge at Alexandre Mattiussi’s outing, where pierced models knuckled down in snow-white parkas and a herringbone coat thrown over a hoodie.

(Image credit: Jason Lloyd-Evans)

The back of jackets at Comme des Garçons

Comme des Garçons: Charcoal drawings by New York-born photographer and artist Roger Ballen donned the back of jackets at Comme des Garçons

(Image credit: New York-born)

The brand presented a striking study in beige, embracing it for a fashion audience and not just off-duty bankers and lawyers

APC: The brand presented a striking study in beige, embracing it for a fashion audience and not just off-duty bankers and lawyers.

(Image credit: press)

The house presented its A/W show within the newly opened Jean Nouvel-designed Philharmonie de Paris

Kenzo: The house presented its A/W show within the newly opened Jean Nouvel-designed Philharmonie de Paris.

(Image credit: press)

The Legoland rubber-coated seats were just as cool

Kenzo: Inside, the Legoland rubber-coated seats were just as cool.

(Image credit: press)

An unexpected pop of colour on the Demeulemeester runway

Ann Demeulemeester: An unexpected pop of colour on the Demeulemeester runway by the founder’s former second in command, now creative director, Sébastien Meunier.

(Image credit: Mitchell Sams)

Berluti: Up, up and away. The balloon filled entrance at Berluti

Berluti: Up, up and away. The balloon filled entrance at Berluti

(Image credit: press)

Loewe: JW Anderson's confident second men's collection for Loewe pushed his ethos of feminised masculinity even further into the realms of luxury

Loewe: JW Anderson's confident second men's collection for Loewe pushed his ethos of feminised masculinity even further into the realms of luxury.

(Image credit: press)

Army surplus inspired jackets and lots of leather at the Sandro presentation

Sandro: Post-punk patches, army surplus inspired jackets and lots of leather at the Sandro presentation.

(Image credit: press)

We stopped by the opening of Maison Kitsuné’s latest boutique designed by Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of Dimore Studio

Maison Kitsuné: We stopped by the opening of Maison Kitsuné’s latest boutique designed by Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of Dimore Studio.

(Image credit: press)

The Cerruti 1881 Paris presentation.

Cerruti 1881: Creative director Aldo Maria Camillo takes a bow after the Cerruti 1881 Paris presentation.

(Image credit: press)

Sportswear meets fashion with Kolor's new Adidas collaboration

Kolor: High performance sportswear meets fashion with Kolor's new Adidas collaboration.

(Image credit: press)

high hats and Motown tuxedo jackets all the way at Watanabe

4006750293001

Junya Watanabe: It was high hats and Motown tuxedo jackets all the way at Watanabe.

Film: Antonio Camera

(Image credit: press)

The skater slip-on got a luxurious upgrade for A/W in supple leather.

Pierre Hardy: The skater slip-on got a luxurious upgrade for A/W in supple leather.

(Image credit: press)

Street-fighting men walked the Yohji Yamamoto catwalk in clothing that carried battle scars and Frankenstein-like construction.

Yohji Yamamoto: Street-fighting men walked the Yohji Yamamoto catwalk in clothing that carried battle scars and Frankenstein-like construction.

(Image credit: press)

showcased the brand's new advertising campaign and signaled an exciting new vision.

Camper: This season's Camper presentation showcased the brand's new advertising campaign and signaled an exciting new vision under creative director Romain Kremer.

(Image credit: press)

The different facets of a man's lifestyle at Issey Miyake Men.

Issey Miyake Men: Eccentric layers reflected the different facets of a man's lifestyle at Issey Miyake Men.

(Image credit: press)

The Belgian designer lined up rich jewel tones and velveteen textures

Haider Ackermann: The Belgian designer lined up rich jewel tones and velveteen textures for his dandyish A/W effort.

(Image credit: Jason Lloyd-Evans)

The Parisian suburb of Ivry-sur-Seine set the scene for Simons' autobiographical autumn.

4004440396001

Raf Simons: Thierry Dreyfus' cinematic lighting of a vast, derelict warehouse in the Parisian suburb of Ivry-sur-Seine set the scene for Simons' autobiographical autumn 2015 collection.

(Image credit: Antonio Camera)

The flickering LED screens that lined the stairwells before entering the 22/4_Hommes_Femmes show

22/4_Hommes_Femmes: The flickering LED screens that lined the stairwells before entering the 22/4_Hommes_Femmes show.

(Image credit: press)

Pierpaolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri worked with Australian artist Esther Stewart on their show's colourful carpet catwalk.

4004477302001

Valentino: Pierpaolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri worked with Australian artist Esther Stewart on their show's colourful carpet catwalk.

(Image credit: Antonio Camera)

The house's geometric colour blocking up close in the Valentino showroom

Valentino: The house's geometric colour blocking up close in the Valentino showroom.

(Image credit: press)

A clean slate at Christophe Lemaire who dropped his first name but not that polished minimalism.

Lemaire: A clean slate at Christophe Lemaire who dropped his first name but not that polished minimalism.

(Image credit: Mitchell Sams)
Fashion Features Editor

Jack Moss is the Fashion Features Editor at Wallpaper*. Having previously held roles at 10, 10 Men and AnOther magazines, he joined the team in 2022. His work has a particular focus on the moments where fashion and style intersect with other creative disciplines – among them art and design – as well as championing a new generation of international talent and profiling the industry’s leading figures and brands.