Luxury menswear is always one of the focal points at Paris Fashion Week. This time, houses like Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Loewe presented their collections, where they marry sartorial savvy with artistic flair.
While the luxury menswear shows were for the most part virtual, they nevertheless illustrated the industry’s immense creativity in complete bloom.
At Paris Fashion Week, Abloh conjured a striking series of conceptual jackets that take cues from his architectural design roots. There was on luxury menswear piece that stole the show: a jacket featuring 3-D miniatures of Paris landmarks, among them the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame.
Another piece of this amazing clothing collection was a jacket that included a forest of iconic New York skyscrapers. Since the lockdown, that traveling is not the same, so there is nothing better to have parts of your favorite city included in your clothes.
This house continues that legacy by paying homage to late New York artist Joe Brainard in their luxury menswear collection. Brainard’s bewitching collages of flowers proved among the most intense sources of inspiration for Anderson.
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The creative director celebrated the blossoms on an arrangement of ultra-chic garments, like oversized knitted cardigans, as well as handbags and other accessories to be part of his luxury menswear collection.
Dior’s partnership with Peter Doig marks artist director Kim Jones’s most intensive artist collaboration yet. Doig is one of the most renowned living figurative painters, his best known for his painting White Canoe that was sold for $11.3 million.
The spectacular results of this luxury menswear collection which include items of apparel plucked directly from Doig’s past works were revealed in an online video.
Peter Doig also hand-painted his remarkable lion motif onto several accessories, like belt buckles, bracelets, and a bowler hat in what is sure to be the perfect collector’s item from this luxury menswear collaboration.