Ludovic de Saint Sernin sent his eponymous collection down a splendid Paris terrace at the top of the Pompidou Center in the heart of the Marais. While Sernin mainly presents menswear, he mixed in a few womenswear looks as well. They wore leather and organza trousers, soft chemises, coats, tight knits, and transparent tank tops, all combined with low leather sandals worn without socks. Inevitable crossed lacing, on the front and back of t-shirts, trousers, and even briefs. A top with a tribal flavor, certainly sexy, a legacy perhaps of the years in which the designer lived in Africa with his family. A distinctive feature of Ludovic is knowing how to skillfully entice the public's gaze. Needless to say, in fact, that the shapes were thin and very close-fitting. The bodies, even if dressed, appeared naked, or almost. In a wanted game of sensual irony, reminiscent of the sexy experiment of Shirtology, the French men's lingerie brand en vogue in the late Nineties and aughts. But here we can see a greater fashion component and a Nineties taste—precisely—that today, more than it was yesterday, it is in super trend.