Paris Fashion Week A/W 2018 menswear editor’s picks

Paris Fashion Week A/W 2018 menswear editor’s picks

Cerruti 1881: ‘Exclusive high quality fabric development is inherent in Cerruti’s DNA. It’s the starting point for every collection. Each season we work with the finest mills to create innovative jacquards, prints and wovens that are both impactful on social media and captivating for e-commerce,’ said Jason Basmajian, chief creative officer of the brand, about the brand’s A/W 2018 collection. Photography: Jason Lloyd-Evans

Cerruti 1881

Golden Goose: This season’s expression, for A/W 2018, offered both elegance and practicality with classic knitwear, cool tailoring and blue-collar shirts. Opposites attracted, like sneakers and slouchy velvet tailoring, puffer jackets and crimson suiting. The look was functional with effortless personality, proportions and materials merging in a classic colour palette.

Golden Goose

John Lobb: This season artistic director Paula Gerbase introduced a group of super lightweight walking shoes inspired by vintage styles found in the John Lobb bespoke archives. The brand’s classic Chelsea boot and signature Lopez loafer were updated with a feather light rubber sole. Elsewhere, Gerbase’s third women’s collection for the bootmaker featured patent triple strap ankle boots and a reverse Jodphur boot.

John Lobb
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