The ultimate guide to men’s fashion trends for Spring/Summer 2024

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Now that Men’s Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023 has drawn to a close, Vogue has taken stock of the menswear fashion trends that lead the way next season. Last season, for their Fall/Winter 2023-2024 shows, designers brought fashion back to its basics, reinventing a new, formal style. This season, the designers of the moment stayed in keeping with this clean aesthetic, presenting simple clothing in a range of soft and sandy-toned colors.

The men’s fashion trends to know for Spring/Summer 2024

Here, we take a look at the biggest trends to have graced the runway at the key men’s trends for Spring/Summer 2024, from hibiscus prints to sequin mania, along with the reinterpretation of workwear with jumpsuits and sleeveless jackets adorned with numerous pockets, very Y2K low-rise jeans, and the comeback of the sportswear trend.

Hibiscus

While last summer, the anthurium was all over the moodboards of various designers including Loewe and Ludovic de Saint Sernin, this season it was all about the hibiscus flower, which will be printed all over our wardrobes.

Disco fever

Up until now, leather and denim trousers were the must-have menswear fashion essentials. Now, these two sure-fire fashion pieces are in danger of being upstaged by sequined party pants, as seen at the Ami and Loewe shows. At Dries Van Noten, the trend was translated into a glittering disco shirt.

Bumster

It’s a fact! The biggest trends from the 2000s are back with a vengeance and are not going anywhere. Velour tracksuits, diamonte dresses, and trucker hats are all having a moment but one trend that stood out above the rest was super low-waisted pants, also known as Bumster trousers, which were reworked and presented at Courrèges, Doublet and Acne Studios.

The halter top

Timothée Chalamet set the tone for this trend back in 2021 at the Venice International Film Festival. For his red-carpet appearance, he opted for a red backless look by Haider Ackermann, which went viral in a matter of seconds. This season, houses and creative directors continue to blur the lines of gender by dreaming up new takes on the look.

Ludovic de Saint Sernin
Saint Laurent par Anthony Vaccarello

Saint Laurent par Anthony Vaccarello

Egonlab.

New Tailoring

Next season, shorts will not be worn with just a simple T-shirt, but with an oversized shirt or blazer jacket (preferably tucked-in). Designers drew inspiration from the codes of tailoring to dream up looks in which elegance reigns supreme.

Transparency

While transparency has become intrinsic to womenswear wardrobes through sheer dresses and the return of lingerie trends, men are taking on the trend too. The only rule is to dare.

Saint Laurent par Anthony Vaccarello

Saint Laurent par Anthony Vaccarello

Hermès
Dolce amp Gabbana

Pockets

In summer 2024, we will abandon the superfluous to carry only the essentials. So, say goodbye to purses, as clothes will feature workwear influences and numerous practical pockets.

Crochet

For a carefree summer full of freedom, crochet is the way to go. At JW Anderson, it took on a graphic form, while at Marine Serre, it was structured and slightly vintage. At Dior, a simple colorful knitted cap was enough to elevate the look.

Full denim

What could be more iconic than timeless denim? The fabric invented in the 1800s has been transformed by the designers of the moment. Fendi did dungarees with a graphic logotype print, Louis Vuitton presented a full chequerboard pattern, and Gucci stamped its logo on the pieces.

Blokecore

Blokecore, a clever mix of 1990s British pub culture and the style of football match supporters continues to gain popularity. Think supporter T-shirts, brightly colored joggers and dad sneakers…

Workwear

In 2024, fashion continues to explore facets of the uniform, infused with an aesthetic borrowed from the world of utility with pieces featuring utilitarian details. This is an opportunity for houses and designers to revisit the jumpsuit, a typically male workwear staple

Quiet luxury

Gone are the days of loud logo bags, ostentatious jewelry, and dramatic ruffled ball gowns: now, fashion is minimalist, simple, and far from any flashy aesthetics – a redefinition of elegance itself.

Micro-shorts

Ideal for beating the heat… Yes, micro-shorts will continue to be adopted next summer! Beware, in 2024, they are worn effortlessly but with style: pair them with a white tank top, a striped shirt, or a zip-neck sweater.

Silver

This summer, opt for futuristic silver, with an almost sci-fi impulse. This came in the form of pants at Hed Mayner, a full glitter look at Gucci, and a more discreet version at ERL.

Translated by Mina Maldonado

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