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The Men’s Fashion Search Engine

The Men’s Fashion Search Engine

In The Hushed Corridors Of Fashion, A Whispered Secret Echo: Understated Luxury Is No Longer Confined To Opulent Ballrooms. As Autumn’s Curtain Rises On The Stage Of Style, It Reveals Great Classics, Carving Pathways Through The Men’s Fashion Week 2024-25. Hop On To The Trends Before It Gets Too Late!


The Men’s Fashion Search Engine

Aside from expected houses like Brunello Cucinelli and Brioni, almost every FW24 collection had at least one take on the classic suit. The ambassadors of sleek suiting and super luxe aesthetics this fashion week was S.S. Daley with their show owning everything “Sleek.” The designer’s collection was all about elegance and meticulous tailoring but yet with the twist to it. Bespoke tailoring was also the protagonist in S.S. Daley’s very Saltburn-ish collection. If colourful pieces don’t appeal to you, a more classic version of the coat remains a great option if you hope to survive next winter’s sub-zero temperatures. It appears that the classic coat brightens up silhouettes and can now be worn with a pair of thick, high boots.



The most popular accessory? A brooch, definitely. They were prominently featured in the looks at JW Anderson, Amiri, Emporio Armani, and many others. At Amiri it was a flower pin – seamlessly mixing of classic and casual, screen and street are a distinctly American story that AMIRI embodies and evolves. Afterall, brooches boast remarkable versatility, integrating into various styles and occasions. Whether accentuating a formal suit lapel, adding flair to a casual jacket, or enhancing a traditional outfit, brooches allow men to express different facets of their personality and style. Designers craft pieces that range from classic elegance to modern avant-garde, each reflecting the unique taste and artistic inclination.



Last season saw a notable surge in the women’s fashion trends—going pantless. Now, men navigate this trend with a nod to skirts, or perhaps a daring plunge into tights or even briefs. Are we really pushing for this? In a distinct move, MSGM confidently incorporates elements reminiscent of Miu Miu briefs, putting their masculine stamp on the trend. Designer’s commitment to serving looks in an “underwear as outerwear” kind of way is rivalled on the Men’s fashion week runway. Yet, the latest take on the fad came with a surprising bit of gender play. Moreover, the real eye catcher has been the bottom layer: the sexy twist to men’s boxer briefs.



Speaking of everything shiny — sparkles, sequins, and rhinestones were stealing the show on Italian and Parisian catwalks. Glittering gems on collars, tops, and pants appeared throughout Sabato de Sarno’s latest collection for Gucci, which actually mirrored his womenswear debut. While embracing everything glitz, featuring lots of sparkly detailing, beads, and stones, the Men’s Fashion Week was also marked by Gucci as its share of sexy masculine looks. From showing off the skin, oscillating between a grunge and sexy effect, the models’ torsos showed beneath pearl embroidered tops with a see-through effect, while also introduced a new, couture version placed under the sign of sensuality. Let’s see who will dare to wear those.



Of course, no winter collection is complete without a fur coat. It’s an absolute wardrobe must-have, according to Fendi, Dolce & Gabbana and Armani. Whether black, ash grey or foxy-brown, a fur coat is a timeless statement piece that can complement any winter look. We suggest choosing eco-fur to not only look stylish, but also keep our animal neighbours safe and sound. As a nod to the cowboy trend, faux fur has literally taken over the catwalks in the shape of coats and XXL chapkas for this Fall/Winter 2024-2025 season.

Although it’s also a common staple in many gay man’s wardrobe (through different variations), the world of feathers, fringe, and fur has hit the menswear mainstream in full force this season. Well, we loved how Dolce & Gabbana debuts a voluminous faux fur coat in shades of gray.



The weather is cold, but the trends are hotter than ever: if we are talking archetypes, Pharell Williams introduces us to the ultimate cowboy style in its most traditional aesthetic. Think of fringes, flair trousers, canadian tuxedos, large belts and turquoise beadings. Louis Vuitton’s runway in Paris was a blissful mix of fashion, music, entertainment and, of course, commercial appeal.

The collection was a Western inspired extravaganza with models flaunting cowboy hats, belts, and boots. The runway featured Damier denim suits, pixelated cow prints, red checkered ensembles, and floral embroidered sets, all adorned with lavish embellishments. The collection showcased an array of accessories, including LV cowboy hats, and ostrich leather boots.



Autumn/winter 2024-25 undeniably marks the return of velvet. In particular, the omnipresent corduroy, in a rich palette of colours across jackets, shirts, trousers, coats and even shoes. Smooth velvet is making a comeback in some sublime suits, notably from Dries Van Noten, Giorgio Armani, Juun.J, Todd Snyder and with a textured effect from Ziggy Chen. What caught our eye was how Juun.J expressed boundary-breaking vision in a sophisticated fashion. The collection well paid special attention to a multi-faceted experimentation with velvet and spangles. Undoubtedly, velvet has been gaining momentum in recent years and is becoming a popular choice in men’s fashion as well as adding a touch of luxury to your outfits.

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