Menswear: Paris Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2013-2014 calendar

Men's Fashion Week in Paris, running from January 16 to January 20, will reveal more new trends in men's ready-to-wear and accessories for Autumn-Winter 2013-2014. From Carven to Jean Paul Gaultier and Lanvin: here is the full calendar for the week dedicated entirely to menswear. 

Wednesday, January 16

10:00 LUCIEN PELLAT FINET
11:30 ALIBELLUS+
12:30 JULIEN DAVID
13:30 Y. PROJECT BY YOHAN SERFATY
14:30 CARVEN
15:30 JOHN LAWRENCE SULLIVAN
16:30 WALTER VAN BEIRENDONCK
17:30 VALENTINO
18:30 MUGLER
19:30 CHRISTIAN LACROIX HOMME
20:30 RAF SIMONS

Thursday, January 17

09:30 3.1 PHILLIP LIM
10:30 KOLOR
11:30 ISSEY MIYAKE MEN
12:30 RICK OWENS
14:30 LOUIS VUITTON
16:00 VIKTOR&ROLF MONSIEUR
17:00 JEAN PAUL GAULTIER
18:00 YOHJI YAMAMOTO
19:00 DRIES VAN NOTEN
20:00 HENRIK VIBSKOV

Friday, January 18

10:00 JUNYA WATANABE MAN
11:00 ANN DEMEULEMEESTER
12:00 MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA
13:00 ATELIER GUSTAVOLINS
14:00 JUUN J.
15:00 KRISVANASSCHE
16:00 CERRUTI
17:00 COMME DES GARÇONS HOMME PLUS
18:00 GIVENCHY
19:00 JOHN GALLIANO
20:30 BERLUTI

Saturday, January 19

11:00 BORIS BIDJAN SABERI
12:00 SONGZIO
13:00 TILLMANN LAUTERBACH
15:00 DIOR HOMME
16:00 WOOYOUNGMI
17:00 SMALTO
18:00 MIHARAYASUHIRO
19:00 DAMIR DOMA
20:00 HERMÈS
21:00 AMI ALEXANDRE MATTIUSSI

Sunday, January 20

10:00 MELINDA GLOSS
11:00 LANVIN
12:00 AGNÈS B.
13:00 NO EDITIONS
14:00 RYNSHU
15:00 BERNHARD WILLHELM
16:00 PAUL SMITH
17:00 QASIMI HOMME
18:00 THOM BROWNE
20:00 SAINT LAURENT

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