AMIRI Spring-Summer 2025 - Paris Fashion Week Men’s

AMIRI Spring/Summer 2025 – Paris Fashion Week Men’s

AMIRI's Spring/Summer 2025 collection blends mid-century cool with Californian glam, offering luxurious tailoring with a touch of theatricality.
June 21, 2024

Mike Amiri transported his audience to an exclusive jazz club for his AMIRI Spring/Summer 2025 menswear show in Paris, channeling the effortless style of midcentury musicians into a modern, luxe collection. Against a backdrop of British drummer Yussef Dayes’ live set, models paraded in elongated jackets with dropped peak lapels paired with loose, gently flared trousers – AMIRI’s signature silhouette that epitomizes “the 2020s remake of a ’90s movie about the ’50s approach“.

The Los Angeles-based designer, who got his start crafting stage pieces for rock stars, brought his penchant for sparkle and theatricality to the fore. Rhinestone embroidery and dégradé crystal trim nodded to Las Vegas glamour, while a pale gold shawl-collared suit felt like an updated take on Elvis’ famous lamé ensemble. Embroidered Aloha shirts and satin souvenir jackets, meanwhile, resembled glammed-up vintage treasures.

With sun-bleached pastels, lush textures like mohair and suede, and lavish embellishments, Mike Amiri has carved out a distinctive brand of laid-back California glam. “I look at design as multidimensions,” the designer explained. “It’s not just a silhouette. It’s silhouette, composition, color, fabrication – all these little things that make something just right.”

For Mike Amiri, the goal is about more than just selling clothes. “We can sell clothes, which is great. But the goal for an artist is to create emotion. I want people to look at something and make them dream a bit,” he said. Judging by the visibly moved reaction as he took his bow, Mike Amiri achieved just that, transporting his audience through time and place with his dreamy, nostalgia-tinged vision.

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