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The Best Pictures from the Men’s Fashion Shows

By T: The New York Times Style Magazine Singapore

Molly SJ Lowe
 
Sunday, January 13

Prada Fall 2019.

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Molly SJ Lowe
 
Sunday, January 13

Prada Fall 2019.

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Molly SJ Lowe
 
Sunday, January 13

Prada Fall 2019.

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Molly SJ Lowe
 
Sunday, January 13

Prada Fall 2019.

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Molly SJ Lowe
 
Saturday, January 12

Marni Fall 2019.

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Molly SJ Lowe
 
Saturday, January 12

Marni Fall 2019.

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Molly SJ Lowe
 
Saturday, January 12

Marni Fall 2019.

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Molly SJ Lowe
 
Saturday, January 12

Marni Fall 2019.

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Molly SJ Lowe
 
Saturday, January 12

Versace Fall 2019.

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Molly SJ Lowe.
 
Saturday, January 12

Versace Fall 2019.

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Molly SJ Lowe
 
Saturday, January 12

Versace Fall 2019.

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Molly SJ Lowe
 
Saturday, January 12

Versace Fall 2019.

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Portia Hunt
 
Monday, January 7

Craig Green Fall 2019.

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Portia Hunt
 
Monday, January 7

Craig Green Fall 2019.

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Portia Hunt
 
Monday, January 7

Craig Green Fall 2019.

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Portia Hunt
 
Monday, January 7

Craig Green Fall 2019.

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Portia Hunt
 
Monday, January 7

Craig Green Fall 2019.

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Yu Fujiwara
 
Saturday, January 5

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Fall 2019.

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Yu Fujiwara
 
Saturday, January 5

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Fall 2019.

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Yu Fujiwara
 
Saturday, January 5

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Fall 2019.

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Yu Fujiwara
 
Saturday, January 5

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Fall 2019.

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Yu Fujiwara
 
Saturday, January 5

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Fall 2019.

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Yu Fujiwara
 
Saturday, January 5

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Fall 2019.

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MILAN

Inspired by the story of “Frankenstein” and Mary Shelley’s struggle to publish it, Miuccia Prada referenced horror films for her Prada fall 2019 show. The result was a collection of finely tailored coats and suits in military silhouettes, plus a smattering of evening dresses — all occasionally accented by shaggy monster fur in cotton-candy colours.

On a runway walled with towering speakers, Francesco Risso sent out Marni’s fall collection — a riot of aggressively mixed prints and exaggerated proportions, oversize bouclé wool suits and big, bright layers.

With leopard prints, clear PVC, lace frills, baby purses and scores of bondage harnesses, Versace’s fall show was gloriously outré — and was a throwback to classic ’90s Versace, as well as a toast to the more liberated state of masculinity today.

LONDON

On the final day of the London men’s shows, Craig Green presented a series of wearable, monochromatic suitlike silhouettes and plaid pieces. But it was the designer’s ruched plastic looks in the brightest of colours that attracted the most attention.

In an old power station, Charles Jeffrey Loverboy showed a dystopian collection, titled “Darling Little Sillies,” that took inspiration from “The Lost Boys,” “Lord of the Flies” and the stars of Warhol’s Factory.

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