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Last fashion week, we were informed that former LVMH prize winner Simon Porte Jacquemus would be adding a menswear line to his eponymous label. Now, at the end of another season, we get a first look at the new SS19 collection titled, “Le Gadjo.”

The french designer worked with The Woolmark Company to deliver 27 pieces in 100% Merino wool spanning all the menswear wardrobe essentials such as T-shirts, shirts, sweaters, jackets, pants and shorts. “Wool is often seen as a winter fabric, but I always like to use it in the summer,” says Jacquemus, “because of this amazing collaboration my long -time dream to show my first menswear collection in Marseille became true!”

Check out the beach-side lookbook in the gallery above and let us know your thoughts on the latest from JACQUEMUS in the comment section following.

In other style news, Paris Fashion Week leaned in to the overall trend, and the results did not disappoint. 

Words by Max Grobe
Associate Fashion Editor