Men’s fashion month is in full swing, and we’re now inching towards the end of Paris Men’s Fashion Week. And looking back, we’ve come a long way from London Fashion Week Men’s unusually lean schedule, to Pitti Uomo’s new blood introductions, to Milan Men’s Fashion Week’s bricolage of the tailored and youth-fuelled.

In Paris, Louis Vuitton just bid adieu to its seven-year artistic director Kim Jones with one last collection featuring special guest stars. Rewind a few days back to Milan’s leg, and we witnessed Zegna’s poetic whiteout and Prada’s nylon-packed propaganda. Pitti Uomo, too, had its highs via fresh debuts and a combined Undercover and The Soloist show. While, of course, London had its endless supply of new young talents to boast of. Only this time round, with major fashion houses decamping to Paris, the short three-day extravaganza shifted more focus towards these up-and-comers. As it should.

To help you filter the not-to-miss fashion news from the whole extravaganza is our round-up of the best (and most shocking) pieces, moments, and collections. Below, 10 highlights from Pitti Uomo and London, Milan, Paris Men’s Fashion Week.

(Main image: Ermenegildo Zegna; featured image: Louis Vuitton)