Skip to content
[account_popup]
subscribe
[account_button]
SEARCH

Categories

LASTEST

Paris Men's Fashion Week

The Best of Paris Men’s Fashion Week: LOEWE, Sacai, Berluti, and More

Paris Men’s Fashion Week has warped, after an array of sensational collection debuts, fashion houses like Loewe, Sacai, TAAKK, AMI, and Berluti brought forth a timeless elegance that was brimming with innovation.

We’re bringing you the best of Paris Men’s Fashion week, which debuted spring/summer 2025 collections with diligent craftsmanship. Here, we’ve gathered our favorite looks from LOEWE, Sacai, Berluti, AMI, and TAAKK. 

LOEWE’s Radical Act of Restraint

Paris Men's Fashion Week Look 14, Provided by LOEWE

LOEWE’s Men Spring/Summer 2025 collection designed by Jonathan Anderson debuted on June 22. The collection gained inspiration from a group of objects that was created by the most singular artistic voices of the 20th century. The looks channeled Susan Sontag’s “erotics of art,” which privileges sensual pleasure over interpretation. Furthering into artistic independence and quiet radicality, LOEWE also showcased artists Peter Hujar, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Carlo Scarpa, and Paul Thek. Through the ambiance of the show, their artworks of a chair, a coat stand, and an easel on the runway, took everyday objects to the extraordinary.

Paris Men's Fashion Week Look 39, Provided by LOEWE

The silhouettes of the collection ranged from slim fitted French C-tailored suits that were paired with in black, to painted shorts and T-shirts in a cable knit shaped finish, and cropped T-shirts with pants that were connected by a double circled belt. The color palette was a mix of neutrals that varied in browns and grays with pops of color in blue, green, and gold. The LOEWE Spring/Summer 2025 was styled with a combination of gold feathers down the models’ faces to add a more intricate perspective. 

The Timeless Essence of Berluti 

Paris Men's Fashion Week Story 3, Provided by Berluti

Berluti Men’s Spring/Summer 2025 collection debuted at the 19th-century private mansion, Fondation Simone et Cino Del Duca. The collection illuminated the essence of Berluti through the maison’s heritage of life with a new perspective that celebrates exceptional craftsmanship and timeless elegance. While honoring the image of the space, specific central signifiers helped lead the direction of the collection. This principle guided the looks to start at the shoes to be the focus point in the silhouettes.

Told in four stories, the collection was surrounded by the shoes at the heart of the maison’s history. The Alessandro oxford and the Andy loafer are embellished with a Berluti logo that was spelled out in hammered nails. The Fast Track durby embodied the transitional versatility in the collection, made out of a leather baroque and sporty rubber outsole, while also creating new seasonal creations, the Oslo, the Escale, and the Icaria. The Spring/Summer 2025 collection brought out elevated everyday shoes with materials to highlight Berluti’s unique craftsmanship. 

Sacai Men’s Spring & Summer 2025 Collection

Paris Men's Fashion Week Look 4, Provided by Sacai
Paris Men's Fashion Week Look 63, Provided by Sacai

Chitose Abe launched the Sacai Spring/Summer 2025 collection on June 23. Abe took inspiration for this collection from actor James Dean and the 1950s collegiate-era style. Abe used that as the starting point for her signature re-mixing of familiar silhouettes. Through her discovery to create something new and unexpected, the Sacai 2025 Spring/Summer collection embodies Dean’s spirit of honesty, curiosity, and freedom. The men’s collection riffed on Dean’s Harrington jacket shows individuality in Sacai shapes printed with vintage charms of cars and flowers. The looks were styled books and glasses to suggest academia and youth and discovery in motion. 

“I think the prime reason for existence, for living in this world, is discovery.”

ーJames Dean

AMI’s Parisian Summer

Paris Men's Fashion Week Key Look, Provided by AMI

Alexandre Mattiussi debuted his new AMI Spring/Summer 2025 at Saint-Germain-des-Prés on June 20. The collection captured a deserted Paris in the heat of a summer day. Both fluid and spontaneous, it concentrated on AMI’s wardrobe essentials for both men and women, which had an extra dimension to each design. The overall silhouette in the Spring/Summer 2025 collection has captured the style AMI has been perfecting throughout the past thirteen years.

Paris Men's Fashion Week Key Look, Provided by AMI

The color palette was quite bright with redefined colors that contrast and balance each other which is representative of the House’s aesthetic. The tones took the names curry, lichen, havana, laurel, lipstick, aubergine, and loden. Mixing into the silhouettes of the collection they refined the AMI signature style. In the collection, elegant, pragmatic, and sophisticated architectural elements created a strong dimension in the garments. AMI showcased trench coats, bermuda shorts, and trousers alongside functional garments such as baggy jeans, tank tops, and cargo pants.  

TAAKK Spring/Summer 2025 Collection

Paris Men's Fashion Week Look 15, Provided by TAAKK

Designer Takuya Morikawa launched TAKK’s Spring/Summer 2025 collection on June 23. Morikawa took inspiration for this collection from his passion in a series of perforated knit embroiders with a cable pattern that looks like a tree trunk. The series was formed by using hand-knit low-gauge threads that were threaded through the embroidery machine. The collection radiated a minimalistic design but a new expression of clothing. 

The color palette was entirely brown, beige, and black with a striking lime green inserted into the palette. The designs of the textiles were transformed with TAAKK’s unique technology that changes the composition of the textiles. The three main textiles seen throughout the collection were Gradient Woven fabric, various embroidery techniques, and the creation of Three-Dimensional Transparency.  

Paris Men's Fashion Week Look 39, Provided by TAAKK

SAME AS TODAY

MORE ON THIS TOPIC

READ THIS NEXT

The visionary designer Iris van Herpen realized a lifelong dream of infusing painting and sculpture into contemporary couture.
Ahead of the week of Milan Design Week, we’re introducing new collections and immersive exhibitions by internationally renowned design brands.
Whitewall's Winter 2024 cover story spotlights the artist just as his time with the L’Académie des Beaux-Arts Residency was wrapping up.

SUBSCRIBE TO NEWSLETTER

Go inside the worlds
of Art, Fashion, Design,
and Lifestyle.