AMI Alexandre Mattiussi Spring-Summer 2025 - Paris Fashion Week Men’s

AMI Alexandre Mattiussi Spring/Summer 2025 – Paris Fashion Week Men’s

For Spring/Summer 2025, AMI Alexandre Mattiussi celebrated the effortless chic of his hometown. Elevated basics in earthy hues, relaxed tailoring with playful details, and covetable accessories embodied Parisian style at its most joyful and authentic.
June 22, 2024

Alexandre Mattiussi’s love affair with Paris continues to inspire his collections for AMI Alexandre Mattiussi. For Spring/Summer 2025, the designer drew from the effortless style of Parisians strolling the city streets in simple yet chic ensembles. “The thing about Paris is that you can step outside and see the most beautiful man crossing the street, and he’s just in jeans and a shirt,” Mattiussi mused. “It’s just not fair!

This nonchalant French sensibility permeated the Spring/Summer lineup, which centered around elevated basics perfect for languid summer days in the city of light. Mattiussi outfitted male model Clément Chabernaud in a tuxedo shirt, sleeves casually rolled, paired with fluid trousers for a look that epitomized unstudied elegance.

AMI Alexandre Mattiussi’s tailored pieces, from jackets to shirts, featured playful slits down the back for breezy movement and a flirtatious flash of skin. Tiny shorts for men, worn with suede loafers and oversized polos, tapped into the season’s leggy trend. For women, diaphanous pleated dresses and swaying circle skirts channeled vintage Bardot charm.

The collection’s palette drew from nature, with olive, lichen, cognac and mustard tones evoking a sun-drenched summer landscape. These warm, grounded colors looked right at home against the Parisian backdrop. Lightweight trenches and easy coats, sleeves insouciantly pushed up, offered chic protection from evening chills.

Mattiussi’s covetable accessories were designed with real life in mind. Soft, pliable leather totes and shoulder bags in goes-with-everything neutrals like taupe and cognac were ideal for daily errands or spontaneous scooter rides through the winding streets. Flat sandals and backless slippers grounded floaty evening looks with modern ease.

Ultimately, Mattiussi’s aim was to create clothes that bring happiness. “I don’t care about fashion, I don’t care about hype. I care about dressing people and making them happy,” the designer explained. His vision of stylish realism, imbued with the inimitable magic of Paris itself, felt like a breath of fresh air. In AMI’s world, everyday dressing is cause for celebration.

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