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Menswear, autumn-winter 2022-23: What's in a name?


These days, almost all fashion collections presented in Paris have a name, such as "Enfants Terribles" for the Japanese label Kidill, which resurrects 1990s skate culture. For Yohji Yamamoto, it's "Don't Do That". At Walter Van Beirendonck, the collection is called "We Need New Eyes To See The Future", while Rick Owens has chosen "Luxor Men's" and Jeanne Friot "Red Warriors". These collections are by turns politically engaged, unisex and avant-garde, but all will make you want to revamp your wardrobe. FRANCE 24 takes a closer look.

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