The crowd at the menswear shows certainly seemed less intense than its ready-to-wear and couture counterparts, but it still made for good people-watching. Photographer Victoria Adamson captured attendees in Paris, snapping more men than you would typically see on the street-style circuit, clad in neons, graphic tees, and patterned blazers. Meanwhile, the ladies — including Esther Quek of The Rake magazine and GQ Germany's Manuela Hainz — dressed in a selection of menswear-inspired separates. See these images, plus Karl Lagerfeld getting into his car, blogger Phil Oh hamming it up, top male model Sean O'Pry in a David Sims T-shirt, and more in our slideshow.
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