The looks of Ann Demeulemeester Menswear Fall Winter 2020 Paris
With the myth of the nymphs as inspiration, Ann Demeulemeester presents her winter collection in Paris fashion week, echoing classic resources in her proposals such as transparencies, fluid silhouettes, vaporous and silky fabrics, as well as coats of synthetic hair and accessories that simulate olive wreaths of ancient Rome.
Sébastien Meunier offered the languid, sensual grace of dancers for the fall.
Sébastien Meunier looked to Nijinsky in “Afternoon of a Faun” for the sensuality of his men’s collection. To strains of Debussy, out came long-limbed silhouettes of dancers on- and off-duty. Lush and tactile materials — shearlings left raw-edged, cloudy knits, moiré velvets — contrasted with precise tailoring. A handful of nymph-like female looks dotted the lineup but the distinction felt tenuous. To wit, a robe coat in a pastel velvet or lace shirting would appeal regardless of any labeling. Chunky boots gave these characters a believable on-the-streets angle. “Man, woman, it doesn’t matter,” he said.
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