From skorts to sequins: 5 trends to wear now from autumn winter 2024 men’s fashion week

Rexa Vella

From skorts to sequins: 5 trends to wear now from autumn winter 2024 men’s fashion week

With a market cap of over $363 billion, Louis Vuitton has a monstrous influence on what we will all be wearing. This season LVMH’s golden child declared western wear in, with the effects of its cowboy-inspired collection already felt in Paris street style roundups (although, that might just be guests wearing the cowboy hat sent as part of the show’s invitation).  Either way, with an assortment of chaps, tassel denim jeans, cacti embroidered silk cowboy shirts and decorative bolo ties there’s plenty of other ways to experiment with the look. And not in a costume-y way as per Beyonce’s blockbuster Renaissance tour. No, more like how former fashion director of GQ Magazine Luke Day does it. Chic, tailored and American dandy-esque.

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