Specifically, the collection looks at how adaptable dress codes change over time. With it, the house posits an expanded vision of contemporary work-to-play uniforms which expands the cadene of everyday dressing. Designed by Louis Vuitton’s Studio Prêt-à-Porte Homme, the collection presents a hybridized take on casual and professional dress notes.
In the pursuit of honoring transition, the collection looks mix up style whether it be through the communication between fabric or the play of layering. Boldly hued suiting appears with textured fabric and LV detailing and it paired with calmer elements like a crewneck sweater and chunky tennis shoes. The collection also sees standout outerwear like embossed puffer coats and minimal jackets paired with diagonally striped shorts and tailored trousers.
Other casual highlights include workwear-inspired ensembles in deep gray/black denim and blue denim with all-over LV motifs. Of course, the collection sees a gambit of accessories like scarves, caps and updated signature bags.
Take a look at the offering in the gallery above. Louis Vuitton’s Men’s Fall 2024 collection is available now in-store and online.
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