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Big flappy greatcoats, baggy trousers and voodoo charms ... that is what fashionable men will be wearing next autumn and winter if the Paris catwalks are anything to go by.As men's fashion week wound up Sunday in the French capital, some clear trends were emerging for the months ahead, not least that black is back with a vengeance.Raf Simons went hyper-supersized with enormous puffa jackets, off-white's coats were so long they were almost adult sleep suits and Rick Owens went and created an actual sleeping bag coat, all riffing on the idea that the modern male needed comforting and somewhere to hide.British designer Paul Smith was having none of the new giganticism, however, sticking by his tried and trusted tailored line.His Sunday show revisited some his classic designs with strong echoes of the 1960s with Crombie coats, single vertical Mod-inspired stripes and Saturday night suits with subtle flower details. Paris' haute couture week started late Sunday with Versace although the shows only begin in earnest Monday with Christian Dior and Schiaparelli.
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