Saint Laurent
Images: Gianni Pucci

Thom Browne
Images: Yannis Vlamos

Paul Smith
Images: Yannis Vlamos

Balenciaga
Images: Balenciaga

Lanvin
Images: Gianni Pucci

Longer proportions, layering and contrast details make Miharayasuhiro’s collection.
Images: Miharayasuhiro

Dior Homme presented an elegant collection with twists on classics like polka dots and pinstripes, but infused some youth with floral prints.
Images: Yannis Vlamos

Comme des Garcons goes for a rugged romantic collection featuring cut-outs and manual rips.
Images: Yannis Vlamos

Streamline tailoring meets utilitarian detailing at Kris Van Assche.
Images: Yannis Vlamos

McQ Alexander McQueen presents a black and white collection chock full of awesome prints.
Images: McQ

Givenchy blends sportswear with playboy and voluminous silhouettes; I guess Riccardo Tisci is looking to expand his market.
Images: Monica Feudi

Maison Martin Margiela plays with exaggerated proportions in a classic palette; this is the stuff that will last a lifetime.
Images: Marcus Tondo

Dries Van Noten took a complete left turn with this collection, but still managed to produce beautiful coats to lust over.

Images: Yannis Vlamos

Yohji Yamamoto took his signature silhouettes and gave them life with extreme pattern play. This collection is really exciting to see for those who know Mr. Yamamoto’s affinity for black.

Images: Monica Feudi

Balmain delivers its usual military inspired looks, but added a touch of whimsy with cheetah prints, zebra stripes and deliberate camo.

Images: Balmain

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