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And Belgium took over Paris Fashion Week once again! #proudtobeabelgian

A.F. Vandevorst Fall Winter 2015-16

Ann Demeulemeester Fall Winter 2015-16

Anthony Vaccarello Fall Winter 2015-16

Christian Wijnants Fall Winter 2015-16

Dries Van Noten Fall Winter 2015-16

Haider Ackermann Fall Winter 2015-16

Veronique Branquinho Fall Winter 2015-16

Véronique Leroy Fall Winter 2015-16

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Paris, mais oui! And my favourites are:

Anthony Vaccarello Fall Winter 2015-16

Balmain Fall Winter 2015-16

Céline Fall Winter 2015-16

Chanel Fall Winter 2015-16

Christian Dior Fall Winter 2015-16

Dries Van Noten Fall Winter 2015-16

Nina Ricci Fall Winter 2015-16

Lanvin Fall Winter 2015-16

Saint Laurent Paris Fall Winter 2015-16

Valentino Fall Winter 2015-16

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Curious about the Fall Winter 2015-16 menswear trends? Well, actually there is nothing to be curious about. The trend is that there are any new trends. A lot is the same as previous Winter seasons – with some nuances, of course! Here are the 5 biggest ones:

50 shades of grey

Black may be the all time favourite color during Winter, grey is slowly taking the leading role. Try the head-to-toe grey look and dare to combine different shades.

Calvin Klein Collection Fall Winter 2015-16

Canali Fall Winter 2015-16

CAMEL

Probably one of the most chic colors there are. Camel continues to be the trendiest of them all. All things camel, from coats to suits.

Etro Fall Winter 2015-16

John Varvatos Fall Winter 2015-16

Coats!

Coats are a key piece in every men’s Winter garderobe. But next Fall Winter season coats will never be so important. Only 1 rule you have to keep in mind: go oversized, taillé est passé!

Dior Homme Fall Winter 2015-16

Louis Vuitton Fall Winter 2015-16

Furs

Bold, patterned, oversized… fur – even faux! – was never so extravagant! Fur is all you need to spice up your Winter outfits.

Burberry Prorsum Fall Winter 2015-16

Fendi Fall Winter 2015-16

Statement sweaters

Gone are the boring sweater days. Nowadays, sweaters are comfy and fun, ánd they are making a statement.

Dries Van Noten Fall Winter 2015-16

Moschino Fall Winter 2015-16

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Different every season and always with an avant-garde touch. Yes, you gotta love Belgian fashion! Dries Van Noten just being Dries Van Noten, Haider Ackermann’s perfection, the ever mysterious Martin Margiela, Kris Van Assche’s own + Dior Homme madness… Belgium was once again taking over Paris Fashion Week. Excuse me, but we’re not ‘les petits Belges’ anymore!

Ann Demeulemeester Fall Winter 2015-16

Dior Homme Fall Winter 2015-16

Dries Van Noten Fall Winter 2015-16

Haider Ackermann Fall Winter 2015-16

Kris Van Assche Fall Winter 2015-16

Maison Martin Margiela Fall Winter 2015-16

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Before I go on with my Milan Fashion Week reviews, I want to give you my 10 favourite Parisian looks first.

Balenciaga Fall Winter 2015-16

Dior Homme Fall Winter 2015-16

Dries Van Noten Fall Winter 2015-16

Givenchy Fall Winter 2015-16

Kenzo Fall Winter 2015-16

Lanvin Fall Winter 2015-16

Louis Vuitton Fall Winter 2015-16

Paul Smith Fall Winter 2015-16

Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2015-16

Viktor & Rolf Fall Winter 2015-16

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Anthony Vaccarello’s ‘American dream’, Dries Van Noten just being Dries Van Noten, Haider Ackermann’s perfect drapings, the ever mysterious Martin Margiela, Raf Simons’ Dior madness… Belgium took over Paris Fashion Week once again. I’ve always been a fan of Belgian fashion. It has that avant-garde touch I like a lot. The Antwerp Six were setting the trend in the Eighties, but now new Belgian designers got good critics, the future is looking brighter than ever. No, we’re not ‘les petits Belges’ anymore!

Ann Demeulemeester Spring Summer 2015

Anthony Vaccarello Spring Summer 2015

Christian Dior Spring Summer 2015

Dries Van Noten Spring Summer 2015

Maison Martin Margiela Spring Summer 2015

Veronique Branquinho Spring Summer 2015

Véronique Leroy Spring Summer 2015

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