Streetstyle 2020: How Men Dress Up in Paris | World Fashion Channel

Streetstyle 2020: How Men Dress Up in Paris

These days, Paris attracts special attention. And it's not just because of loud premieres of Chanel, Dior and other brands’ couture collections. By the way, before that, the French capital hosted the men's fashion week, that had already set trends for next winter. This fashion event gathered a lot of extremely stylish men.

Chilly weather is a great reason for trying on a layered look. And while some sharp dressers successfully combine a coat with hoodies and sweats on top of office shirts, others show a more extravagant options. For example, someone wear a coat over a leather jacket.

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

This season, oversized cut is not going to loose its ground: voluminous jackets, coats and puffers seamlessly embedded in everyday looks.

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

But don’t think that streetstyle during the Paris fashion week is only about those whom conservatives used to call fashion freaks. In the images of passers-by, you can find ideas to create casual and even business looks. And the main trend of spring promises to be a woolen ankle-length coat. The outwear looks great with both business suits and sporty looks.

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Guests of fashion shows, members of fashion industry and those who are accidently in Paris, are not afraid to try on bright colors and unusual prints. And if now it’s hardly to surprise with a red corduroy coat, then a short puffer with floral print in men’s wardrobe looks much more interesting and provocative. And the jacket in the technique of patchwork creates a stunning contrast with the cloudy grey Paris sky.

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

The trend for gender-neutral fashion has managed to penetrate not only into the fashion shows: many men are not afraid anymore to appear in public in clothes that are easier to imagine in a woman's wardrobe.

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Attempts to create twin looks are particularly interesting.

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Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov



Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov



Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov



Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov

Photo: Adlet Bermukhamedov