Twice a year, Paris welcomes world stars, fashion professionals and the industry’s crème de la crème for the six-day fashion extravaganza best known as Men’s Paris Fashion Week. Home to the runways of brands like Louis Vuitton, Kenzo and Dior, the event, organized by Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode, is arguably the most awaited Fashion Week on the menswear calendar. 

Not only new collection unveilings keep the excitement at an all-time high. With the Olympic Games just around the corner, Paris is teeming with activity —  the arrival of athletes, international sports committees, members of the press and sports enthusiasts is imminent. The streets are abuzz with show attendants rushing to shows (and turning the sidewalks into their personal runways), photographers snapping street-style shots and fan crowds gathering to welcome their favorite international stars. 

Because in this day and era, celebrities are the backbone of front rows, of course, their presence and front row OOTD are much-anticipated at fashion shows. From high-end looks to candid interactions, read on to discover the best celebrity moments at Men’s Paris Fashion Week Spring Summer 2025.

BamBam at Louis Vuitton

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Thai singer BamBam is always in for a style statement and he delivered one at Louis Vuitton’s most recent presentation. Embracing the brand’s tailoring tradition, the star rocked a monochromatic Mandarin collar suit accentuated with a monogram bag, pointed-toe boots and sunglasses. The highlight was his red mullet, stylishly kept in a half-up, half-down style.  


BamBam and Yuta at Louis Vuitton

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Showcasing his A-plus hair game, BamBam posed for pictures next to fellow K-pop star Yuta Nakamoto. Both stars donned stylish hairstyles and trendy items — ICYMI, mullets, longer hair and fashionable sunglasses were all the rage among men during the Fall Winter 2023 runway season.


Sabrina Carpenter at Louis Vuitton

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No one does feminine dressing like pop icon Sabrina Carpenter, but at the Louis Vuitton SS25 show the “Espresso” singer proved that she can also slay menswear effortlessly. The star transformed a sleek blazer into a minidress that was chicly accessorized with a black tie, a golden brooch, white heels and a white Keepall Bandoulière. One touch and Sabrina brand-newed menswear for us. 


Yuta at Louis Vuitton

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At Louis Vuitton’s latest show, Japanese star Yuta might have disregarded the old-fashioned rule of never mixing brown and black in the same outfit, but the look was so perfectly executed that he actually made a case for this unpopular color combination. To top off the ensemble, the singer and actor opted for a trendy wet-hair look and sported a classic duffle bag and silver timepiece. So chic! 


Gong Yoo and yuta at Louis Vuitton

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Ahead of the show, Yuta — who ended up sitting in the privileged A-lister spot between pop star Sabrina Carpenter and Italian singer Mahmood — mingled with other attendants, posing for pictures with the likes of K-drama star Gong Yoo.


Gong Yoo at Louis Vuitton

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Speaking of Gong Yoo, the eternal K-drama heartthrob proved that he knows his way around a wardrobe, opting for a comfort-embracing but elevated denim and white look. Tapping into this classic style formula, the actor combined denim pants with a white T-shirt and a round-neck jacket. Embracing current men’s beauty trends, Gong Yoo also sported a curtain bang hairstyle and matte skin.     


Jackson Wang at Louis Vuitton

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Louis Vuitton’s brand ambassador Jackson Wang never misses out on any brand event in the City of Lights and Pharrell’s latest runway was no different. Jackson delivered a twinning moment with his fellow GOT7 bandmate, BamBam, by sporting a super chic all-black ensemble featuring flared pants and a studded Mandarin collar jacket. Following his go-to style formula, Jackson also wore chunky sole footwear, sunglasses and leather gloves. The look gave us a throwback to iconic outfits he’s previously sported on stage and at fashion events like the Met Gala. When a fashion formula works, it works!


Yuta and Jackson Wang at Louis Vuitton

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Jackson’s hair color and matching sunglasses stood out as he posed with fellow stars, including Yuta Nakamoto.


Yuta in the streets of Paris 

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Out and about in Paris, Yuta offered a few lessons on how to incorporate the hottest menswear trends — statement denim, pops of color and ‘70s-infused hairstyles — into an everyday wardrobe. The star also gave us a sneak peek of the new Seepdy bag colorways set for release later this year.


Eiji Akaso at Louis Vuitton

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Eiji Akaso’s street-style moment

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BamBam’s streetwear 

BamBam put on the most stylish outfits for a photo shoot in the middle of Paris. The singer rocked fashion and beauty trends from patterned suits to black manicures — and everything in between.


Vernon at Kenzo 

Kenzo’s brand ambassador, Vernon, member of K-pop group SEVENTEEN, exuded contemporary elegance in a denim-on-denim look. Leaving heavily streetwear-influenced Canadian tuxedos aside, Vernon’s look reinterpreted the classic tailored three-piece suit with a modern flair courtesy of the Kimono-inspired elements and denim textile. Vernon sported the look with a white shirt a blue tie and a two-block haircut with subtle volume. Whoever said denim can’t be elegant, hasn’t seen Vernon rock this outfit yet!


Anson Lo at Kenzo

Cantopop superstar Anson Lo stole all glances with his attendance at the Kenzo SS25 show. The singer, who is also a member of the boy band Mirror, arrived at Jardin du Palais Royal in a total look featuring coordinated pants and jacket, as well as a kilt-like piece wrapped around the waistline to resemble a Japanese hakama — ICYMI, Anson wore a look from Kenzo’s FW24 season, which mixed Japanese clothing codes with Parisian modernity. As expected from one of the Best-Dressed Asian Men of 2023, Anson opted for an in-vogue hairstyle — a side part with subtle curtain bangs — to top off the look.  


Keung To at Kenzo 

Singer Keung To, also a member of Mirror, put a casual twist on menswear for his Paris Fashion Week appearance. The star wore a long acid-wash denim coat layered over a blue sweater and black pants. To add some contrast to this denim-focused look, the singer opted for brown platform boots. Just like his bandmate, Keung To wore a fashionable but casual curtain bang hairstyle – albeit, his take leaned on presenting a youthful image.


WinWin at Kenzo 

Chinese singer, actor and dancer WinWin added yet another stylish get-up to his sartorial catalogue. Stepping out in Paris for Nigo’s most recent show at the helm of Kenzo, the multihyphenate star embraced the printed suit trend with a Kenzo Weave tailored ensemble. Despite the summer weather, the look was complemented with chunky sole shoes, a shearling jacket and Sherpa fleece gloves — for the photos at least. Hair-wise, WinWin went for the heartthrob-favorite curtain bangs — just like other stylish showgoers. 


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Jihyo at AMI

Contrasting textures was Jihyo’s formula to upgrade a monochrome look. The singer, member of K-pop group TWICE and solo artist, put her own spin on total looks at AMI’s SS25 show. Departing from the nude dress she wore in her previous Paris Fashion Week appearance, Jihyo combined a pair of tailored navy pants with an off-the-shoulder sequined top of the same color. Attuned to the sleek theme of the evening, the “Killin’ Me Good” singer sported a chic hair bun and kept a Paris Paris bag in her hand the whole time. Talk about knowing your way around fashion!


Mile at Dior

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 21: Mile Phakphum Romsaithong attends the Dior Homme Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 21, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior Homme)

Thai actor and Dior brand ambassador Mile Phakphum never misses the mark when it comes to fashion, so of course his latest front-row appearance commanded all the attention. Mile sported unreleased products taken straight from the Dior Men SS25 runway — namely chocolate brown trousers and a graphic sweater layered under a coat. As the cherry on top, the actor enhanced his stylish get-up with leading man-worthy curtain bangs.


Cha Eun Woo at Dior

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 21: Cha Eun-woo attends the Dior Homme Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 21, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior Homme)

Beloved K-pop and K-drama star Cha Eun Woo, who has cultivated a longstanding relationship with Dior as a brand ambassador, had all eyes on him at his arrival at Val de Grâce. The South Korean darling opted for a summer-ready ensemble featuring gray shorts, a camel zipped-up top and a cocoa-brown leather jacket. If you were looking for transitional fashion inspiration, look no further and add Eun Woo to your Pinterest board ASAP!


PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 21: (L-R) Soobin, Huening Kai, Yeonjun and Taehyun from TOMORROW X TOGETHER attend the Dior Homme Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 21, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior Homme)

TOMORROW X TOGETHER at Dior

No one does coordinated fashion like K-pop groups and TOMORROW X TOGETHER is certainly not the exception. Yeonjun, Soobin, Taehyun, and HueningKai — unfortunately, Beomgyu missed out on the show due to an injury — sported harmonized looks featuring casual chore jackets and loose-fitting pants to the Dior front row. The foursome matched colors, going for shades of tan and blue and proving that matchy-matchy style is actually very fashionable when executed correctly. J’adore!  


Henry Lau at Dior

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 21: Henry Lau attends the Dior Homme Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 21, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior Homme)

Yu Shi at Dior

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 21: Yu Shi attends the Dior Homme Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 21, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior Homme)

James Jirayu at Dior

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 21: Jirayu Tangsrisuk attends the Dior Homme Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 21, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior Homme)

Bad Bunny at Dior

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 21: Bad Bunny attends the Dior Homme Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 21, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior Homme)

Maluma at Dior

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 21: Maluma attends the Dior Homme Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 21, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior Homme)

Sabrina Carpenter at Loewe

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Sabrina Carpenter channeled a Greek goddess at Loewe’s latest collection unveiling. The “Please, Please, Please” singer opted for a soft aquamarine gown featuring modern cutouts, couture-leaning draping and an oversized buckle belt detail. The American pop star paired the summer-appropriate dress with a messy chic updo and a brown lip combo.


Wang Yibo at Loewe

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Chinese multihyphenate star and Loewe’s newest ambassador, Wang Yibo, made a stunning debut in the Loewe front row. Yibo’s avant-garde garb included black trousers, a matching color Anagram tank top (one of the brand’s most famous items) and a pair of tan boots. For the Loewe avant-garde spin, the outfit was layered with a runway coat featuring a set of bright-colored clothing attached to the lining — so unique and unconventional! Come next fashion season, we’ll be patiently waiting for Wang Yibo to deliver another fashion statement. 


Lee Jong Suk at Loewe

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Phuwin at Loewe

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Thai actor Phuwin Tangsakyuen, best known as Phuwin, arrived in Paris to support designer Jonathan Anderson’s latest effort at the helm of Loewe. Phuwin, who is a regular at Fashion Week events, opted for a look composed of a blue suit, white shirt and red tie — à la politician. No Loewe look is ever traditional so the bold twist came courtesy of a pair of boots with equestrian-themed details.


Tay Tawan at Loewe

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Thai actor Tawan Vihokratana (Tay Taiwan) aced Loewe’s contemporary and idiosyncratic style, dressed in a button-down shirt and jogger-like pants from the brand’s previous Fall Winter 2023 runway. The piece featured the bright-colored art of American artist Richard Hawkins, with burgundy, yellow and pink sections standing out. To further add contrast to this look, Tay opted for a pair of brown work boots and a youthful curtain bang hairstyle — the heartthrob look of this season. 


Enzo Vogrincic at Loewe

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Interested in the latest fashion news? Check out the star-studded front row at the Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2025 show here.