On Friday, we woke up today to a much needed cool change, luckily, as things were about to heat up on the runway...

Paris Men’s Fashion Week: day 3 recap

Junya Watanabe kicked off Friday's shows with a utilitarian collection and approach which felt like a breath of fresh air. As much as I love the fantasy that some shows at Fashion Week can offer, it's nice to see a collection that really has something for everyone. The collection was presented on men of all ages and sizes, so the show really stood out for me.

Paris Men’s Fashion Week: day 3 recap

Other highlights included Ann Demeulemeester, whose dreamy and romantic collections can sometimes appear a little tricky to the naked eye, but rest assured, once broken down they're really wearable. The all-white ensembles were the real showstoppers for me.

Paris Men’s Fashion Week: day 3 recap

Last but not least, Cerruti came back with a vengeance after their last collection received a few unsavoury reviews. It was great to see them do what they do best: beautiful clothing for modern men. With only two days left and a couple of major Parisian fashion houses still to show (Balmain and Hermès) it'll be interesting to see what trends emerge and therefore cement what we'll all be wearing next summer.

Paris Men’s Fashion Week: day 3 recap