Bright & Bold Kicks Took Over the Streets of Paris Men’s Fashion Week

The streets of Paris Men’s Fashion Week were filled with bold, bright colors — from the hats to the coats to the shoes. While attendees had to brave the rain for the past several days, they still stepped out in eye-catching attire.

Fashion photographer Jason Jean captured several pairs of the controversial Balenciaga Triple S and white Raf Simmons “dad” sneakers. But the kicks that came in audacious shades were what stood out in the crowd.

As seen below, a bright red sweatsuit paired with a black cape jacket was pulled together with matching fire-engine red logo sneakers from Y-3.

y-3 sneakers, paris men's fashion week street style
Y-3 sneakers.
CREDIT: Jason Jean

Elsewhere, a neon pink collab courtesy of Nike and Commes des Garcons teamed with cuffed black jeans made waves. Complete with hints of black and orange, the Air Max 180 style didn’t go unnoticed.

Nike Air Max 180 x Commes Des Garcons
Nike Air Max 180 x Commes Des Garcons.
CREDIT: Jason Jean

Sneakers from Gucci were also on display on the streets of the City of Light. Here, a silver metallic platform silhouette featuring red and navy popped against printed pants and a long colorblock coat.

gucci platform sneakers, paris men's fashion week
Gucci platform sneakers.
CREDIT: Jason Jean

Pull-on kicks with a socklike fit from London label Swear made a statement. The royal blue colorway featured an orange and black stripe down the front and the brand’s name in red letters across the heel.

swear sneakers, paris men's fashion week
Swear sneakers.
CREDIT: Jason Jean

Additionally, chunky bright orange Adidas sneakers with the company’s signature three stripes (in navy) popped against the pavement.

adidas sneakers, paris men's fashion week street style
Adidas sneakers.
CREDIT: Jason Jean

For more sneakers and other footwear from the streets of Paris Men’s Fashion Week, check out the gallery.

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