All eyes are on Paris as Fashion Week takes over the French capital. Head to our Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019 hub to find all the latest news from the industry’s best houses, brands, and designers.

After Heron Preston debuted his FW19 collection at Palais De Toyko, Highsnobiety linked up with some of the industry's most influential voices to hear what they had to say about the designer's first-ever Paris runway show.

We spoke to Fear of God's Jerry Lorenzo, who said Heron's debut was "super dope" and explained how proud he felt watching the designer's come-up. There was a general vibe of celebration, with Palm Angels' Francesco Ragazzi, Spanto of BornxRaised, and Gr8 Tokyo's Mitsuhiro Kubo sharing similar positive sentiments.

Of course, the clothes got a lot of love too, with the heels and the all-denim 'fits receiving the most attention. Watch above.

Take a closer look at Heron Preston's FW19 collection here

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