We round up our favourite looks from the men’s SS19 runways

This year, Paris men’s fashion week felt like more of a spectacle than usual. With Virgil Abloh making his debut for Louis Vuitton and Kim Jones showcasing his first menswear collection for Christian Dior, it marked a changing of the guard. Colour was a recurring motif in both Paris and London and relaxed tailoring a mainstay in many of the SS19 collections, where open blazers, relaxed trousers and bright colours usurped common suiting. Showcasing strong collections across the board, these are some of our favourite looks from the weeks that were.

Dior Homme
Style notes: Soft suiting and subtle logos

Louis Vuitton
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 Colour matching and monotone

Paul Smith
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Plaid and sleek shirting

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Layering and bold accents

Dries Van Noten
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Psychedelic graphics and bright tones

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Muted hues and modern tie-dye

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90s denim, highlighter accents and silk scarf printing

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Michael Jackson and evening sparkle

Stella McCartney
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Casual suiting and colourful layers

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Romantic silhouettes, European summers and utilitarian edge

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Pattern clashing and after-dark neon 

Ermenegildo Zegna
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Laid-back suiting and pastel palette

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Structural layering and neutral tones




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