Top 10 Men’s Shows For Autumn 2021

Everyone loves a top 10 list, so here are our top picks for best shows of the season.

By The Editors 08/02/2021

Who doesn’t love a top 10 list? Here, we rank leading men’s shows of the autumn 2021 season in Milan and Paris.

1. Ermenegildo Zegna

Ermenegildo Zegna Men's Fall 2021

Ermenegildo Zegna Men’s Autumn 2021  Courtesy of Ermenegildo Zegna

2. Prada

Prada Men's Fall 2021

Prada Men’s Autumn 2021  Courtesy of Prada


3. Loewe

Loewe MenÕs Fall 2021

Loewe Men’s Autumn  2021  Courtesy of Loewe

4. Rick Owens

Rick Owens Men’s Fall 2021

Rick Owens Men’s Autumn 2021  Courtesy of Rick Owens

5. Fendi

Fendi Men's Fall 2021

Fendi Men’s Autumn 2021  Courtesy of Fendi

6. GmbH

GmbH Men’s Fall 2021

GmbH Men’s Autumn 2021  Courtesy of GmbH

7. Dior

Dior Men’s Fall 2021

Dior Men’s Autumn 2021  Courtesy of Dior

8. Wales Bonner

Wales Bonner Men’s Fall 2021

Wales Bonner Men’s Autumn 2021  Courtesy of Wales Bonner

9. Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton Men’s Fall 2021

Louis Vuitton Men’s Autumn 2021  Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

10. Casablanca

Casablanca MenÕs Fall 2021

Casablanca Men’s Autumn 2021  Courtesy of Casablanca


Best Newcomer (honourable mention)


ERL Men's Fall 2021

ERL Men’s Autumn 2021  Courtesy of ERL


This article was originally published on WWD.


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