Paris Men Are Fit to Be Tied

John Galliano.

The dandy men we saw in Milan landed in Paris this week, swaggering down the runways in refined looks. Their velvet blazers and tailored trousers may have romanced us, but it was the scarves — neck knots, pocket squares, and ascots — that reached new levels of fancy. Louis Vuitton used an indigo-blue pocket square to accent a gray blazer. Thierry Mugler's white ascot complemented a bold burgundy jacket. At John Galliano, where men wore garter belts and man-panties under satin robes, the silk handkerchiefs gave us somewhere to rest our eyes. For these and more scarves, click ahead for the slideshow.

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