That's a shame am can't make it to beautiful Paris and head off to every show. It's a cloudy day in Kuala Lumpur right now, and it's my only off day, but thats not going to stop me to checking up and blogging about the Men's Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014. Thank you to internet so that I could get all the informations and browsing all the runway shows from my lousy lappy. I know that Men's Paris Fashion Week is going to end and couture week has begun! Promise will do my best part to blog about it before it's too late. 

Day one of the Paris Fashion Week, Glenn Martins's first collection for Y.Project Fall/Winter 2014. The hooded coat lined with shearling, and it's fluid silhouettes. I'm impressed with innovative tailoring skills. 

Carven's Fall/Winter 2014 show bought me back to 1920s New York. The collection is filled with black tones but the addition great fabrics like tweed topcoat, and just a bit plaid refreshed the collection from being too somber. 

Belgian designer Walter Van Beirendonck caught my attention and surprised me with his Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Funky, quirky and reminds me of the circus playground. The World-War-II-type helmet paired with very fun and youthful patterned sportswear created something different and keep me staring at the whole collection. The collection theme was the cryptic phrase "crossed crocodiles growl", but the clear takeaway was Walter Van Beirendonck's anti-racism message on some model's heads. 

Always in love with Haider Ackermann's ability to tailor by creating clothes that more structure than other did. It's a cozy and romantic collection of oversized coats with slouchy sleeves. Rich, textural fabrics like rustic or vaguely exotic were created Ackermann's inimitable layered style.

The idea of utilizing clothing as form of protection and shielding oneself from the world is an idea that Rick Owens back during his Fall/Winter 2014 runway show. That veil, elephant boots and basketball shorts are back from the Fall/Winter collection. Colors is always sticking with black and including rusty brown, new for Owens lovers and dirty gray. 

Belgian designer Raf Simons opened his menswear atelier to American artist Ruby Sterling for a collaborative collection for the upcoming Fall/Winter 2014 season. Multi-colored stripes created simple but effective details on the dark coats. Oversized coats emblazoned with slogans, patches and offbeat imagery. Other notable piece included the chunky soled shoes.

Evangeline Yan


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