Paris Men’s schedule

From January 18 through to January 22, the fall / winter 2012 menswear collections will hit the runway as part of Paris fashion week. The full calendar can now be found after the break.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012
4:00 Y Project by Yohan Serfati
5:00 John Lawrence Sullivan
7:00 Gaspard Yurkievich
8:00 Christian Lacroix Homme
9:00 Ami Alexandre Mattiussi

Thursday, January 19, 2012
9:30 3.1 Phillip Lim
10:00 Kolor
11:30 Issey Miyake Men
12:30 Rick Ownes
1:30 Viktor & Rolf Monsieur
2:30 Louis Vuitton
3:00 Alexis Mabille
5:00 Jean Paul Gaultier
6:00 Yohji Yamamoto
7:00 Dries Van Noten
8:00 Adam Kimmel
9:00 Steffie Christiaens

Friday, January 20, 2012
10:00 Junya Watanabe Man
11:00 Yves Saint Laurent
12:00 Julius
1:00 Gustavolins
2:00 Juun J.
3:00 Kris Van Assche
4:00 Boris Bidjan Sabri
5:00 Comme Des Garcons Homme Plus
6:00 Givenchy
7:00 John Galliano
8:00 Henrik Vibskov

Saturday, January 21, 2012
10:00 Maison Martin Margiela
11:00 Kenzo
12:00 Walter Van Beirendonck
1:00 Ann Demeulemeester
2:00 Bernhard Willhelm
3:00 Dior Homme
5:00 Wooyoungmi
5:00 Cerruti
6:00 Miharayasuhiro
7:00 Damir doma
8:00 Hermes
9:00 Raf Simons

Sunday, January 22, 2012
10:00 Bill Tornade
11:00 Lanvin
12:00 agnes b
1:00 No Edition
2:00 Songzio
3:00 Rynshu
4:00 Paul smith
5:00 Qasimi Homme
6:00 Thom Browne
7:00 Arnys
8:00 Acne

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