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Paris men's fashion week wrapped up Sunday, but that doesn't mean we've stopped talking about some of the most buzzworthy moments from the runways.
Oversized everything continued trending from the Milan shows (long live the baggy pants) over to Paris, as seen at Balmain, Yohji Yamamoto and Demna Gvasalia's debut men's collection for Balenciaga (think boxy coats and loose, high-waisted pants).
Even though the week was dedicated to menswear, designers ignored the gender rule when it came to models, sending both men and women down the runway (Riccardo Tisci's Givenchy men's presentation featured Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid in haute couture, while Olivier Rousteing recruited Alessandra Ambrosio for Balmain's show).
Streetwear was another trend that dominated the scene. Kenzo's Humberto and Carol Lim presented colorful hoodies, bomber jackets and cropped nylon jackets. Off-White's Virgil Abloh showed loose shorts with knee-high socks and Vans sneakers and collared leather jackets with patchwork details. Dries Van Noten displayed oversized camo jackets and pants, baggy shorts and patchwork denim.
Here, the 10 biggest takeaways from Paris men's fashion week.
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