Jacquemus Fall 2018

Simon Porte Jacquemus warmed the cold Paris weather with a collection inspired by a trip to Morocco. At the end of the show, the designer revealed the launch of his menswear line.

As Jacquemus jogged to take his bow on the marble of the Petit Palais, fashion saw him tumble wearing a hoody that said, "L'Homme Jacquemus" — his way to announce the addition of a menswear line. His Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear was filled with sensations, colors, and travel memories from Morocco like djellabas, tunics in silk, belly jewelry, earrings, and little bags embroidered with terracotta pearls, often found in souks. Summer is not far off and Jacquemus knows it, as he warmed up his collection with cashmere dresses, ribbed knit skirts, arched waistcoats, and some unusual leather touches. On his program notes, the designer described the trip he took to Morocco after his last show.  “I came back to Paris and made my winter of it; my winter collection. Not wasting any more time, my warm winter.”

See every look from the collection:



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