Watch: video highlights from men's fashion week

A new designer at Louis Vuitton, a surprise showing at John Galliano, and a lot of fresh talent - here are the video highlights from the Milan and Paris shows.

Paris

Louis Vuitton's show marked Kim Jones's debut as the label's menswear designer.

http://youtu.be/chIwi7Dts7o

The model cast at Jean Paul Gaultier - including well-known gender bender Andreij Pejic - changed outfits for all the world to see, while a speaker commented on each ensemble in what was an untypical but well-received show.

http://youtu.be/hx-WWdzOCgc

Clean cuts and light colors dominated at Dior Homme.

http://youtu.be/uk4vOlX-0vo

At the Mugler show, creative director Nicola Formichetti sent modern knights in shining armor down the runway. The corresponding film, "Brothers of Arcadia," premiered on porn site Xtube.com.

http://youtu.be/K-tCxiBe6Zg

Rick Owens's signature aesthetic goes well with the current grunge and 1990s trends.

http://youtu.be/1oron5Ctjmw

Maybe the most creative set-up at the Paris shows: Henrik Vibskov's doors.

http://youtu.be/6_uAfQ6qcn8

Yohji Yamamoto's cast must have been one of the most diverse of the whole fashion week.

http://youtu.be/2dzLzwkexTI

The prize for the most spectacular setting went to Lanvin.

http://youtu.be/xCBbO0sUfwA

Cheerful music and bright colors created a joyful ambiance at Kenzo.

http://youtu.be/TjxsxK6zcRU

Thom Browne celebrated his new collection in true boudoir style.

http://youtu.be/ThfgriSRmUU

Most hyped in Paris: Damir Doma, whose showroom also attracted rapper Kanye West this week.

http://youtu.be/8seJlPPnERs

Paul Smith stayed true to his own style but managed to add a fresh twist to the collection.

http://youtu.be/PmHGGn45E0Q

Not only did new menswear designer Bill Gaytten surprise the fashion crowd by showing a collection for the disgraced John Galliano, but the perfect Galliano copies (the beards! the hair!) of models were a nice gesture, according to many.

http://youtu.be/47m9Sr0rDB8


Milan

Dolce & Gabbana again drew on new media and social networks for inspiration.

http://youtu.be/E3bWDAU7MrE

Burberry Prorsum continues to crush on quirky hats.

http://youtu.be/_j6mJdXiAtw

Light and luxurious at the same time: Emporio Armani.

http://youtu.be/Bj8hcxaR1uo

Rely on Vivienne Westwood for a spark of eccentricity in the otherwise rather conventional Milan.

http://youtu.be/jURRtZ39Tak

Calvin Klein went straight back to the 1990s.

http://youtu.be/51t5405sS2Q

Prada invited the audience to watch the show on artificial lawn for an extra summery feeling.

http://youtu.be/oS_H5qetbP0

Checks in all sizes and colors could be seen at Gucci.

http://youtu.be/aqgg1rYhliU

Maybe the most 'punk' collection show in Milan: Alexander McQueen.

http://youtu.be/ArPgTnztJNQ

Versace's collection did not disappoint in the 'bling' department.

http://youtu.be/EMWnCT34Kmw

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