Curated by Highsnobiety and presented during the time period formerly known as Paris Men’s Fashion Week, “Not In Paris 2” is our second in a series of bi-annual digital exhibitions celebrating creativity in the age of remote interactions. Head here for the full series and cop our new merch via our online store.

Ludovic de Saint Sernin, of the eponymous Paris-based label, is inaugurating Highsnobiety's second edition of “Not In Paris” with a promenade around the city in its current state of lockdown. Think Emily in Paris if she went the fashion designer route instead of corporate social media.

Saint Sernin (joined by his puppy Louis) takes us thrifting through some magazines in 0fr, for a crêpe at Bully, and a breeze through the Galerie Joyce where he has launched a special LDSS galerie éphémère to exhibit artworks from some of his favorite artists, including Willy Vanderperre, Rick Owens, Jean Claracq, and Miles Greenberg.

Since we originally profiled Ludovic de Saint Sernin as part of our “Under The Radar” series a few years ago, the label has been a mainstay of the Paris Fashion Week Schedule, and the soft, kinky, occasionally Swarovski-studded pieces have attracted customers such as Timothée Chalamet, Doja Cat, Miley Cyrus, and Rihanna into the fold. The label's signatures include intricate eyelet lacing, knitted briefs, and exposed flesh, more of which we are hoping to see in the FW21 collection, to be revealed later this year.

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