Menswear Autumn/Winter 2019 shows

Our guide to the best of the new season’s collections
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The background of social unrest didn’t just hang over the French shows — the best designers responded creatively and with sensitivity

Hedi Slimane’s first men’s show for the house was distinct, different — and surprisingly democratic

Comme des Garçons, Loewe, Thom Browne, Balmain AW19 mens reports

Kim Jones’ sensational conveyor-belt show delivered the first real fashion moment of the season

What did the designer do in his first show since leaving the jeans behemoth Calvin Klein? Couture of course.

Tech punks, suits, glam rockers and 70-year-olds star on the Paris catwalks

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Long-term Dior stalwart Kris Van Assche has moved to the most exclusive of luxury houses. He describes his vision for the brand

The LVMH group have placed every faith in Hedi Slimane to make Celine a €2bn business. As the designer unveils his first solo menswear show, Alexander Fury assesses the brand reboot so far

Virgil Abloh’s second collection for the LVMH house showcased Michael Jackson, rainbow illuminations, graffiti art — and some great suits

In Paris, the trend for logos shows no sign of fading away

Milan fashion weeks men’s AW19: Emporio Armani, Fendi, Dolce & Gabbana show review

Miuccia Prada’s answer to a world of horrors? A fashion-savvy Frankenstein

Milan Fashion Week Mens: Zegna, Marni and Versace AW19 show report

The indomitable matriarch of luxury fashion has sold the family business. But don’t you dare call it Korsace

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy, Art School and Edward Crutchley are proof of London’s design talent. So why not give them a better platform — with the women?

Spivvy, polished, interwar tailoring, as popularised by the television series, is all over the London men’s collections. And you can blame David Beckham for that

Why put on a show in the digital age? For the experience