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.

Location: Paris Fashion Week

Season: FW19

Key Looks:  Virgil Abloh reps ’90s anime-inspired skateboard brand Hook-Ups (slide #1), Michèle Lamy is seen toking on a crafty cig (slide #2), Jerry Lorenzo rocks all-black Fear of God (slide #3), Gully Guy Leo finds a novel way to accessorize with his favorite Chanel purse (slide #5), Maisie Williams shows off her new pink look (slide #10), Sever and Olga Karput take no chances with the cold (slide #11), and Kubo looks like he's off to a rave (slide #13).

Editor’s Notes: Some of fashion's biggest names turned up to check out the goings-on at this year's Paris Fashion Week Men's for FW19. Grab a slice of the best street style above and then discover similar looks from Pitti Uomo.

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