Menswear Spring 2019 shows

Our guide to the best of the new season’s collections

Suits fought back against sneakers, saturated colour ruled, and shorts were still quite short. Charlie Porter sums up the season

Assured luxury from one of Paris’s most storied houses, while Thom Browne shows nonsense with a message

At Dior, the menswear slate is wiped clean by the debut collection from new men’s artistic director Kim Jones

Strong shows in Paris address the future of suits. Plus, the body bags that are taking menswear by storm

What does it take to survive a fashion show? Rick Owens brings a tent. Jonathan Anderson dresses his brother

After a long period of sobriety, designers are embracing hedonism — and bucket hats, again

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