Best shows from PMFW SS17 Day 3: Christian Dada and Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci
The menswear shows in Milan revealed kimono-style tops, belted field jackets, and a penchant for a dusty salmon hue. What will the shows in Paris uncover?
For inside access, latest updates, and candid coverage of Paris men's fashion week, listen to our audio reviews of the best shows by Buro's EIC.
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CHRISTIAN DADA: REBEL HEART
Designer: Masanori Morikawa
Synopsis: A nihilistic and punk approach to menswear. Military codes, via rope embroidery and gold chevron stripes, applied to gilets and parkas; contrast top-stitching on suits deliberately unpicked and unraveled; and subversive logos plastered across tees and the back of jackets.
GIVENCHY BY RICCARDO TISCI: MONEY AND MIRRORS
Designer: Riccardo Tisci
Synopsis: Held in an open-air courtyard in the 16th arrondissement, Tisci sent out zippered pockets on blazers and Desert Strike harnesses; mirrored discs and rivets on the hem of tees and his signature horizontal half-zip coats; and knee-length dusters with a digital collage print of the American greenback.
The best street style from Paris Men's Fashion Week SS17
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