18:00: Oh we do like to be beside the seaside... especially whilst dressed in 1071 Alyx 9SM.

No rest for the wicked(ly dressed), we're scrolling straight into the menswear shows at Paris Fashion Week after a digital weekend in Milan. Join us as here to watch the shows as they debut en Francais.

Sunday 27th June

16:00: The devil is in the detail at Lemaire, where beaded waistcoats, distorted ruching and hand illustrations took centre stage.

15:00: Exposed decolletages were worn on both men and women at the Y/Project show, as well as other thought out cutouts that proved that visible flesh equals sexiness.

14:00: Thom Browne celebrates the Olympics with their part-animated, part-countryside-set film.

13:00: Home is where the Jil Sander show is, as the film – shot with sepia-tinted film – follows the models around their domestic space.

12:30: Dunhill proved that athleticwear can be worn with tailoring, as English rugby shirts were worn underneath black tie blazers. 

Saturday 26th June

19:00: What is a man today? That's exactly what Spencer Phipps tried to answer with this collection, which also included a womenswear debut.

16:00: Flamenco dancing meets 70s disco: whatever type of dance you go for, Arturo Obegero doesn't care, just get up and move your feet. 

13:00: Not only for nautical endeavours are ropes and knots used, Hermès adopted the the technique for their menswear belts.

11:00: Despite the Loewe collection being based on the idea of awkward beauty, there is nothing awkward about this beautiful SS22 selection.

Friday 25th June

19:30: GmbH's 'White Noise' had a blank canvas as their backdrop, but the logo tees with political statements, such as 'Free Palestine', certainly stood out.

16:00: Sometimes minimalist clothes give a maximal reaction, and that certainly was the case for the Officine Générale.

15:00: (Sun)Flower power was felt at the Paul Smith SS22 show, as the bold botanical was seen on t-shirts, bags and shirts.

13:30: Wild West with an acid colour palette: Kim Jones' and Travis Scott's show for Dior Homme was an explosion of colour, prints and texture.

12:00: The Maison Mihara Yasuhiro show sees a punk-rock concert taking place within an airport – because why not?

11:00: Balloon capes caught the wind and became voluminous structures during the Juun J show, proving that this is collection that deserves to be moved in.

Thursday 24th June

16:30: Punk silhouettes and newspaper graphics filled the Yohji Yamamoto show.

13:30: Not only did 'Amen Break' by Louis Vuitton feature an array of colourful tailoring, oversized earmuffs and checkerboard balaclava's, also included were international DJs like Goldie.

11:30: Who can get away with showing platform boots, capes and extreme shoulder pads at the beach? Only Rick Owens...

11:00: Planes and poppies were present during the Uniforme film, and the WW1 references were also felt through the hints of military uniforms that were found in their collection.

Wednesday 23rd June

14:00: In an apocalyptic desert, misfits and club-goers walked the land in futuristically utilitarian silhouettes. Despite being a collection from luxury house Burberry, the clothes would assimilate into an underground rave setting. 

12:00 BST: Normcore was on the mind for JW Anderson this season. Working with Juergen Teller for a third time, the strawberry-heavy collection was shot in retro bedroom, that had us feeling nostalgic of our coming of age years.

Tuesday 22nd June

18:00: Nothing conjures noughties nostalgia quite like a bit of All Saints, but the tropical prints, humid temperatures and scuba tops that featured in the Lanvin film had us also reminiscing of summers far from the UK.

14:30 BST: In a sepia toned, sunny location, Wales Bonner gives a good case as to why tailored menswear suits the seaside.