Home to notable collection showings, Men’s Paris Fashion Week kicked off on January 16. Pharrell’s second season at the helm of Louis Vuitton, Kim Jones’ new offerings for Dior Men and a slew of up-and-coming brands have kept everybody’s eyes peeled for the official calendar. 

While the runways of Paris Fashion Week represent the pinnacle of the fashion circuit every season, equal attention goes to the stylish crowd attending the shows. Celebrities, influencers and fashion insiders don their best looks, offering a taste of rising trends and what’s to come next in fashion. 

As the style extravaganza unfolds, EnVi rounds up the can’t-miss moments from the front rows of our favorite shows. Read on to discover who sported the best looks at Men’s Paris Fashion Week.

Taylor Zakhar Perez at Louis Vuitton

Though short pants might not be a winter staple, Red, White & Royal Blue star Taylor Zakhar Perez was still among the best-dressed A-listers at Louis Vuitton’s show. The actor hit the front row in an effortlessly cool look that consisted of a varsity jacket, shorts and chunky shoes with contrasting white socks. As the cherry on top, Taylor accessorized with a cowboy hat that perfectly matched the Americana inspiration behind Louis Vuitton’s most recent runway. 

Sho Hirano at Louis Vuitton

Sitting front row at Louis Vuitton’s FW24 show, Japanese singer and actor Sho Hirano made a case for the Damoflage — the tech-inspired camo print that Pharell Williams first introduced in his debut collection for the brand. The star chicly combined the pattern — emblazoned in a heavyweight jacket — with formal trousers and a white shirt topped off with this season’s must-have accessory: the necktie. As the final touch of cool, the star sported an Alma East West bag, which features a reinterpretation of the LV initials. 

BamBam at Louis Vuitton

Thai rapper BamBam aced front-row style by bringing together his A-plus beauty — a trendy bright red mullet — with a camo-infused ensemble. Just like Hirano, the singer went for a Damoflage jacket paired with black trousers. However, as opposed to the Japanese actor, BamBam honed in on the flared pants trend and played with jewelry and accessories such as pearl bracelets and a super exclusive Jacob & Co Astronomia Solar Zodiac timepiece

Jackson Wang at Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton brand ambassador Jackson Wang traveled to Paris to support Pharrell William’s latest effort at the helm of the French brand. As per usual, the multihyphenate stayed true to his personal style, donning an outfit that combined Louis Vuitton’s heritage with a casual flair. Black trousers — an iteration of the wavy denim pants, — a white shirt and a black round-neck sweater merged in a look that nodded at the nautical inspirations of Louis Vuitton’s Pre-Fall 2024 collection. Add in the leather gloves, the chunky sole shoes and the statement hat and the look automatically reached new levels of cool. 

THE BOYZ’s Sunwoo at AMIRI

The pinstripe suit will never go out of style, but K-pop star Sunwoo updated the classic look for AMIRI’s latest showing. The star wore a pinstripe jacket with gold embellished accents and contrasting lapel, paired with wide-leg pants and a ribbed top. Part glam, part Hollywood-appropriate, the outfit showcased Sunwoo’s ability to adapt to all sorts of styles. 

Heart Evangelista at BLUEMARBLE

Fashion Week icon and style maven Heart Evangelista is a fixture at the most exciting fashion shows and this season couldn’t be any different. The Pinoy fashionista stepped out on a rainy Parisian afternoon to attend BLUEMARBLE’s show and of course, she turned an umbrella into the ultimate fashion accessory. The pièce de résistance of her look, however, was the feathered biker jacket worn on top of a bralette and a green olive shirt. 

Jihyo at AMI

Flashy front-row fits are Fashion Week mainstays, but TWICE member Jihyo proved that sometimes less is definitely more. The South Korean powerhouse attended AMI’s FW24 collection unveiling in a nude dress with a high slit. The knee-length piece was masterfully styled with simple ankle strap heels and an olive green Paris Paris bag. In sync with the outfit’s theme, Jihyo’s makeup and accessories explored the minimalism associated with the clean-girl trend

TXT at Dior 

K-pop quintet TOMORROW X TOGETHER mobilized crowds with its first Paris Fashion Week appearance. The group embodied Dior Men’s contemporary ethos in looks taken straight off the runway — unavailable for whoever isn’t a Dior VVIP. Yeonjun, Soobin, Beomgyu, Taehyun and Hueningkai donned coordinated outfits in a fall and winter-appropriate color palette that mixed earthy tones with plum purple, aqua blue and Barbiecore pink. While the looks showcased the tailoring affinities Dior Men is known for, there were also modern twists that nodded at today’s girlhood-infused fashion. From the coquette-leaning details in Yeonjun and Soobin’s looks to the balletcore Mary Jane sneaker that all members sported, TXT’s fro-row debut was a galore of trends.

Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior

Raul at Kenzo and Sacai

Japanese star Raul is no stranger to the fashion scene of the City of Lights. The Snow Man member has graced Paris Fashion Week in previous seasons, modeling for Yohji Yamamoto and sitting front row at Givenchy. Already familiar with the Parisian calendar, Raul returned to the fashion capital to attend the collection unveilings of brands such as AMI, Sacai and Kenzo. 

Needless to say, Raul flaunted his fashion boy status with trendy front-row fits. At Kenzo, specifically, the singer proved that the Canadian tuxedo can be a chic statement when styled right — he paired a kimono-infused denim set from Kenzo’s City Pop Paris collection with a white button-up. Raul then mastered the art of accessorizing with items like cat-eye sunglasses and sneakerhead-approved footwear. 

Raul also opted for a matching set to sit front-row at Sacai, where he was spotted in a taupe and green patch ensemble layered under a floral embroidered cardigan (retailing at $1,460 nonetheless).

Zayn Malik at Kenzo, Loewe and Valentino

Pop star Zayn Malik made his first Paris Fashion Week appearance in years at Kenzo’s FW24 show. The singer was front at center at the event, dressed in a blue patterned boxy jacket with matching pants and a classic white shirt. Zayn’s stylish get-up and notable grooming choices — a frosted tips hairstyle — set the internet ablaze. It couldn’t be otherwise. When it comes to style, the superstar knows exactly how to take things to the next level. 

Zayn was also present at Loewe’s collection unveiling, dressed in a preppy look featuring corduroy pants, a light blue pinstripe shirt and a plaid blazer. As a throwback to 2015, the star was later spotted attending Valentino’s show, wearing a black graphic suit.

Jay Chou at Dior

Since he was announced as a brand ambassador for Dior, Jay Chou generated great anticipation for his appearance at Paris Fashion Week. The King of Mandopop did not let anyone down with his outfit of choice. The singer combined a powder blue oversized suit with a patterned shirt and added structure to the relaxed fit with a chocolate leather jacket draped over his shoulders. To top off the ensemble with a trendy element, Jay joined the rising leopard-print trend and donned a pair of chunky loafers with silver Dior hardware. As the final touch of edge, the Taiwanese star sported a spiked two-block haircut.

Photo courtesy of Dior. © Getty Images

Haerin at Dior

Another star making a debut on the front rows of Paris Fashion Week was NewJeans’ Haerin. The “Ditto” singer attended Dior’s FW24 show on January 19, commanding attention from international fans and press. In line with Dior’s chic aesthetic, the idol arrived at École Militaire in a crisp white button-up underneath a pinafore dress. A printed panel on the skirt breathed a contemporary touch to the traditional New Look silhouette, while rolled-up sleeves and industrial-inspired metal accents complemented the A-plus ´fit. Adding to the juxtaposition, the idol’s makeup included the NewJeans signature — watercolor blush, glass skin foundation and glossy lips.

Photo courtesy of Dior. © Getty Images

Ryusei Yokohama at Dior

Japanese actor Ryusei Yokohama made a case for couture footwear at Dior Men’s Ready-to-Wear show. The One Last Bloom star was spotted in a charcoal suit and chunky aubergine sneakers. Although the shoes’ tonal pop of color contrasted with the gray suit he took to the front row, the refined design was a perfect addition to the outfit. On the beauty front, Ryusei’s wavy hair was styled in a chic wet hairstyle.

PARIS, FRANCE – JANUARY 19: Ryusei Yokohama attends the Dior Homme Menswear Fall/Winter 2024-2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on January 19, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior Homme)

Dew and Phuwin at Loewe

GMMTV actors Phuwin Tangsakyuen and Jirawat Sutivanichsak — best recognized as Dew — made splashes at the unveiling of Loewe’s latest collection. The Thai stars embodied the Spanish brand’s modern affinities with looks that mixed wardrobe staples with texture experimentation. Dew went for extra high-waisted denim pants, an Anagram tank top — Loewe’s ultimate must-have — and a semi-curly lambskin coat. 

In contrast, Phuwin donned a body-hugging high-neck sweater paired with embellished pants. To lift the look, the singer opted for a new Loewe signature: the Campo Chelsea boots in brushed suede.

Bonnie Chen at Feng Chen Wang

Model, actress, and up-and-coming filmmaker Bonnie Chen attended Feng Chen Wang’s Fall Winter 2024 show in a denim blazer and asymmetrical skirt set. Topping off Bonnie’s fit were knee-high socks and platform eggshell sneakers from the Converse X Feng Chen Wang capsule collection. Honoring the label’s Chinese roots, the model whimsically posed with a teacup in hand in the streets of Paris.

Eric Nam and William Gao at Kenzo

Sitting front row at Kenzo FW24, Eric Nam and William Gao championed old-school, 1990s-inspired fashion. Channeling the normcore aesthetic, William wore a tonal blue coat and jeans. Thick, black wayfarer frames and swept-back hair finished off his look with a touch of “Clark Kent” energy.  On the other hand, Eric Nam wore a bold letterman jacket, zip-up sweater, and army green pants. Fit for the occasion, the outfit brought out Eric’s youthful and masculine side. As in past appearances, his face was framed with spiked bangs and au naturale makeup.

Interested in more Paris Fashion Week content? Read everything about Louis Vuitton’s Fall Winter 2024 collection here.