Paris is the most important fashion capital and also, in terms of street style, the undisputed capital of Europe. So no wonder, that besides industry insiders, more and more celebrities on the streets of the French capital are taking the lead in their hands.
For the screaming fan euphoria and fashionable statements were mainly music industry stars responsible. In addition to the singers Maluma, J Balvin, and Quincy, especially rapper Swae Lee showed a lot of courage in the colorful look of Thom Browne and in the orange tone-in-tone outfit. Soccer player David Alaba, who was in the pajama look of Louis Vuitton, also attended the Dries van Noten show.
Away from the turmoil, the looks were no less extravagant. A fancy mix of tailoring and streetwear was in the focus. The favorite part of the fashionistas was, just like in Milan (https://www.lofficiel.at/en/fashion-week/attention-men-there-are-the-best-street-style-looks-of-milan-men-s-fashion-week), the Printed Shirt! Short- sleeves were worn opened and closed. The present Fashion Week Crowd set particular accents with red and orange tones. Coincidence? Hardly! Thanks to the (still!) Lasting 90s hype, brands that have firmly anchored this color range in their DNA are among the most popular brands. The winners of this color competition are Louis Vuitton, Heron Preston, Off-White and Jacquemus, all of whom are most frequently worn with eye-catching pieces and unmistakable lettering.
In addition to the bolden streetwear outfits and "classic" can be cool, Miguel showed us in a tight cut two-piece, which was packed with accessories and a modern version of the Derby shoes. This combination was topped by a summer Thom Browne look whose support put the merits of a suit with shorts skillfully despite amputation scene. We bow to this kind of stylistic ability several times.