“Illustrator Megan St Clair scoured through the autumn/winter 2020 menswear collections during Paris Fashion Week Men’s, and did what she does best—dissecting her favourite looks through colours, silhouettes and interesting details.
Read her brief reviews of the shows and scroll through the illustrations in the gallery above to get a first-hand recap of some of Paris Fashion Week Men’s autumn/winter 2020 season’s promising showings.”
An elevated collection which took artistic director Kim Jones’ work to new heights at Dior, utilising a minimal set to ensure the sole focus was on the clothes . In a smoke-filled tribute to Kim’s late friend Judy Blame—the acclaimed British stylist and accessories designer—Jones led the collection with a satin pearlescent blue coat on a number of paisley combinations, with nearly every look given the finishing touch of safety pin accessories à la Blame’s staple punk aesthetic. It felt to be a collection where you could make of it what you wanted, moving his work to couture-level details (see the final look for a clear depiction of this) whilst, as ever, delivering on his world-adored accessories which sat against, layer upon layer, of considered distressed knits, tailored notched collar jackets, and straight-cut trousers in fabrics ranging from classic suiting woollens to heavy leather. A triumph to say the least, it’s a wonder where he’ll take us next.