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T’s Best Photos From the Spring / Summer ’19 Men’s Shows

By T: The New York Times Style Magazine

 
 Thom Browne

 T’s photographers captured highlights from recent men’s shows in London, Milan and Paris. Here, Thom Browne. Credit: Kevin Tachman

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  Versace

Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Undercover

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Comme des Garçons

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Raf Simons

 Credit: Molly SJ Lowe

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 Louis Vuitton

 Credit: Elise Toïdé

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 Charles Jeffrey Loverboy

 Credit: Jamie Stoker

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Rick Owens 

 Credit: Molly SJ Lowe

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 Prada

 Credit: Molly SJ Lowe

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 Undercover

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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Dior Men 

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Thom Browne

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Martine Rose

 Credit: Jamie Stoker

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 Versace

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Comme des Garçons

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Undercover

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Dior Men

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Thom Browne

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Raf Simons

 Credit: Molly SJ Lowe

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 Thom Browne

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Martine Rose

 Credit: Jamie Stoker

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Rick Owens 

 Credit: Molly SJ Lowe

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 Charles Jeffrey Loverboy

 Credit: Jamie Stoker

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 Comme des Garçons

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Raf Simons

 Credit: Molly SJ Lowe

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 Charles Jeffrey Loverboy

 Credit: Jamie Stoker

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 Dior Men

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Rick Owens

 Credit: Molly SJ Lowe

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 Undercover

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Charles Jeffrey Loverboy

 Credit: Jamie Stoker

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Martine Rose 

 Credit: Jamie Stoker

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Charles Jeffrey Loverboy 

 Credit: Jamie Stoker

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 Raf Simons

 Credit: Molly SJ Lowe

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 Versace

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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 Thom Browne

 Credit: Kevin Tachman

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The men’s wear shows in Europe this season were marked by an unbridled sense of newness. In Paris, the British designer Kim Jones made his debut for Dior Men with a boldly feminine-leaning collection, while Virgil Abloh introduced his take on Louis Vuitton men’s wear with the help of a massive rainbow-coloured catwalk that cut through the Palais Royal gardens. Other designers found more unexpected ways to make waves; for example, at Charles Jeffrey Loverboy, in London, several models walked with alien-looking sculptures balanced atop their heads. T’s photographers were on the ground to capture it all. Click through the slideshow to see the week’s standouts.