“I wanted to look at formal attire, take away its rigidity and coldness, and make it comfortable,” said Demna Gvasalia, the creative director of Balenciaga, about the collection he presented at Paris Fashion Week. Tailoring has always been a big part of Balenciaga’s heritage, and therefore, Gvasalia also used it ( in a very modern form) in his newest collection. Gvasalia produced a series of ankle-length overcoats and models did not always wore shirts underneath the coats because the designer tried to make tailoring sexy again. To make the show more diverse, the cast included a few older models as well.
Balenciaga logo could be spotted at podded scarves as well as on hoodies.
See the full Balenciaga Autumn/Winter 2017 Collection which showcased at Paris Fashion Week Men’s below.