FURSAC Fall Winter 2023 – 2024 at Paris Men’s Fashion Week

Fursac Fall Winter 2023 – 2024 menswear collection transports you from Paris to Les Arcs in the French Alps. the elegance and panache of the city of lights is echoed by the nonchalant, laidback distinction of the slopes. From tailored suiting, stately overcoats, leather jackets and fitted polos to warming heavy knits, winter shirts and glacier sunglasses. gliding effortlessly from paved streets to crisp snow, from sunrise to sunset.

This season is in keeping with the direction developed by Fursac creative director Gauthier Borsarello over the last three seasons. inspired by his fascination with french workwear, each collection pays homage to its legacy and adds to its history. this season’s installation takes you to the comédie française, and immerses the viewer in a crowd of Fursac stockman mannequins. guests are guided by music played by a string quartet, bringing together Borsarello’s two lives : his past as a classical musician and his current role as an archivist-curator and menswear designer.

Fursac Fall Winter 2023 – 2024 wardrobe remains timeless and continuously relevant with frequent nods to the sartorial zeitgeist. Designed to age beautifully, be repeatedly worn and eventually passed on to the next generation. Each piece is developed to respond, and even anticipate, the wearer’s every wish and need. Such is the reward for developing intelligent cuts, rigorously sourcing materials and making often-complex menswear codes more accessible. Reliable pieces with a hint of fantasy, extravagance and flamboyance.

Gauthier Borsarello’s carefully studied cultural aesthetic lends ever more meaning to the Fursac wardrobe.


capital elegance, from first light to the last of the evening

– a long sleeve jersey sweatshirt, with a honeycomb lining.

– a spearpoint collar basking its tie in a blue hue.

– a straight-cut, heavy pair of gardian trousers.

– an indispensable pair of 5-pocket needlecord trousers.

– a navy striped jacquard suit with a generous notch lapel.

– a lead-grey piqué wool polo with matching tie.

– a well-tailored varsity jacket with ribbed edging and raglan sleeves for the wonderfully bad.

– a transparent multi-pocket water-repellent parka

– a neatly-fitting navy loden coat with a velvet collar

– a fervid caviar shirt in voile with velvet polka dots buttoned up under a palatine velvet jacket. … or a studded oiled-leather jacket.

– regarding the footwear: tasseled loafers, spazzolato leather oxford shoes with a floral pattern or lightweight sneakers depending on your mood (or what the day has in store).


Loose and comforting, from après-ski to the dancefloor

– an orange western shirt. make an entrance.

– a warm cotton flannel tartan shirt.

– a half-zip jumper, cover your neck.

– a calfskin-print palatine velvet tuxedo

– a rustic irish cardigan in off-white – what else? cable-knit of course.

– a padded sleeveless puffer with rounded pockets, another for hunting with welted curved pockets.

– an ironic wool skin, both masculine and regressive in stone.

– a leather puffer jacket, step back into the ‘80s.

– a dufflecoat, white as snow.

– a star-emblazoned festive shirt in midnight blue.

– …to be worn with glacier sunglasses and a cream knitted chapka.


For their second season as part of the official paris menswear fashion week, Fursac takes up residence in the illustrious comédie française theatre. with spotlights set on a crowd of Fursac stockman mannequins, each guest is given a free hand to direct their own show to the music of ravel, debussy and fauré – all played by sister Gauthier Borsarello’s four brothers and sisters.


At 34 years of age, Gauthier Borsarello is considered a go-to expert on vintage clothing in France, and has built up an archive of over 2,000 unlabeled items of notable significance. He has been an avid enthusiast of militaria, workwear and american menswear from a young age. He has been involved in numerous projects, each with the objective of fusing contemporary design with the style of times gone by. Now Fursac’s creative director, a role he took in january 2021, Gauthier Borsarello also founded the magazine l’étiquette as well as the podcast habitudes (so press) with journalist Marc Beaugé and the vintage fashion shop le vif (Paris 16th).

All images Futsal Fall Winter 2023 – 2024 by Fursac

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