The 15 Weirdest Headwear Pics at Men's Fashion Week in Paris

by The Garçonnière
tagged comme des garçons, givenchy, paris fashion week, riccardo tisci, rick owens

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No designer this season was as dark and scary as Rei Kawakubo. Returning to certain pieces and elements in her own Comme des Garçons‘ archive, Kawakubo made models’ hair look like a strange gas mask, forming holes and shapes for models to see (and hopefully to breathe).

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Bauhaus and basketball were the two main inspirations of Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci this season, creating a geometric sport collection, with instant-iconic pieces to become next year’s best-sellers. In the show models’ heads were wrapped in elegant nets, echoing the urban basketball court fence behind them and creating a new Homme Fatale look.

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Rick Owens‘ new collection consisted of long leather tunics with minimalist cuts and high leather boots. To complete the look models were wearing nun-like cashmere head wraps.

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Walter Van Beirendonck added a political statement: He sent an anti-racism message to the fashion world in the form of feathered Native American-inspired headwear.

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See also Thom Browne's collection in the Details Paris recap.

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