The men’s spring collections in Paris, which culminated in Sunday, highlighted trends from all over the map: from Charlie Chaplain’s London to Moroccan nights. The look was typically fierce at Rick Owens and Dior Homme, where strong lines and dark palettes ruled the runway. Ditto at Yves Saint Laurent, where Stefano Pilati topped each belted knit with a leather fez. It couldn’t have been more different at Hermès, where Veronique Nichanian presented a light and airy collection, filled with white and cream pajama pants and loose jackets. Things got friskier at John Galliano, where the designer presented a collection inspired by the silent films of Charlie Chaplain and Buster Keaton. A parade of men in white makeup and Chaplain mustaches came down the runway in three-piece suits, double-breasted jackets, and newsboy caps. And Jean Paul Gaultier, whose collection was inspired by Morocco, provided the audience with 3-D glasses so printed caftans really came to life.