Paris Fashion Week Coverage 2023

We picked out a few standout highlights for you to enjoy, just in case you missed it.

On the lush, romantic streets of the “City of Love”, Men’s Fashion Week was held in Paris, France this year. There was no shortage of iconic looks from both designers who ran the shows and the celebrities who viewed them. 

We picked out a few standout highlights for you to enjoy, just in case you missed it.





Kenzo: the japanese designer, a pioneer of modern streetwear, has come out with an incredible line that was inspired by the 1960’s. His designs are a mix of American workwear, Japanese martial art uniforms, and British outdoor wear.

The line was presented with an all-female Japanese quartet singing Beatles classic’s “Can’t Buy Me Love” and “I Want to Hold Your Hand” at the Parisian Concert Hall where the show was held. Models even carried around instruments, and the show became a lively concert with the crowd cheering and singing along.




Everyone had their jaws on the floor when the “Kiss Me More” rapper showed up literally covered head to toe in red. She was glimmering with the power of over 30,000 ruby Swarovski crystals that took 5 hours to be applied to every visible square inch of skin on her body by makeup artist Pat McGrath.

Her outfit was in theme for Schiaparelli’s show that was inspired by Dante Alighieri’s “Inferno”, from the epic poem, Divine Comedy - a story about a journey through the nine circles of Hell. Her crystals were paired with a red corseted dress and trompe l’œil boots, custom designed by Daniel Roseberry. Doja’s look was finished off by a pair of chunky ruby earrings, for an extra sparkly statement.





There were no conventional model’s at the KIDSUPER “Funny Business” walk hosted by Tyra Banks. Instead, a cast of well-known comedians were the ones bearing the water colored suits of KIDSUPER’s new line.

Comedians like Fary, Jeff Ross and Andrew Santino all performed a short set while wearing Colm Dillane’s designs— which was a huge contrast to his work in the Louis Vuitton Collection that was shown just a few days before. The show ended in a standing ovation.





Also at the Schiaparelli Haute Couture show was Kylie Jenner, with a statement piece of a sleek black dress propped up with a whole faux lion’s head. The dress was designed by Schiaparelli, and what really made this look interesting was when model Irina Shayk wore the same exact design walking the runway for this show.





Japanese designer Chitose Abe collaborated with CARHARRT for their latest Fall/Winter Collection. It is a beautifully clashing mesh, with the romantic and delicate work of Abe, and Carharrt’s to-the-point classic workwear. They blend together to create a beautiful, high fashion collection that is worn comfortably as art.