Men’s Spring Summer Fashion Week 2024: Top 5 Best trends

From pink and orange hues to ties and suits, and more, here’s everything you need in your closet.

Courtesy of Giorgio Armani SS’24 Menswear Collection.

Another fashion week has come to an end, and with it comes plenty of new stunning fashion trends to discover. The marathon of men’s fashion shows concluded on June 25. London, New York, Milan, and Paris demonstrated a collective commitment to dressing smart. These collections breathed new life into garments, reinventing them with meticulous attention to detail and proportion while exuding a relaxed, effortless attitude.

Men’s fashion has undergone a remarkable evolution, breaking free from the confines of traditional gender-based ideas of fashion. It now embraces a new sense of openness to innovation, exploring new silhouettes, materials and trends. Emerging talents have emerged to prove their worth and become the standard bearers of the new ruling class. The men’s fashion weeks in London, Milan and Paris have become trend centers and arouse the same buzz as their women’s counterparts.

This Paris Fashion Week offered everything from Pharrell’s first collection with Louis Vuitton and Rhuigi Villsenor’s first collection at Rhude since his departure from Bally to Ludovic de Saint Sernin, who closed the week with his collection following his surprise departure from Ann Demeulemeester. The runway shows were characterized by grandeur and drama, and presented the fashion world with a plethora of new trends and artistic elements.

Discover the top trends from the spring 2024 menswear runway shows below and get ready to be inspired by the extraordinary world of fashion.


Pink was one of the most dominant shades at the Spring 2023 menswear runway shows. Fashion designers took a more relaxed approach to pastel pink shades this season. Instead, brands such as Paul Smith showed three-piece suits in dusky pink, as did Bulgarian-born designer Kiko Kostadinov, while Valentino and Amiri combined various shades of pink by pairing their designs with textures and woven details, as well as matte pink scarves. Kenzo, on the other hand, enlivened his tailoring with shades of pink, adding a vibrant touch to his collection.

Courtesy of Paul Smith.

Spotted at: Kenzo, Amiri, Paul Smith, Kiko Kostadinov, Valentino


Warm shades of orange warmed up the men’s collections.  Hermès adapted its signature orange hue and offered summery knitwear with tangerine tints and wavy patterns. Moschino also opted for sorbet-like shades for elevated loungewear, and Issey Miyake applied them to a cozy ribbed knit piece with monochromatic ensembles. Chinese sportswear brand Li-Ning opted for a head-to-toe ensemble with a striking contrasting khaki cape that perfectly complemented the neon trend.

Courtesy of Dries Van Notes.

Spotted at: Dries Van Note, Études,Issey Miyake


The flower lapel pins, a symbol of sophisticated grace, underwent a modern resurgence with the addition of diverse decorative elements. Esteemed fashion houses like Dior Men, Dolce & Gabbana, and Amiri revitalized this emblem of dandyism and gentlemanly style. This timeless accessory was reinvented in the form of a brooch or a fabric flower. Valentino was astounded with exquisitely embroidered roses adorning their jackets, while Yohji Yamamoto delighted with silver dragonfly embellishments on lapel pins.

Courtesy of Valentino.

Spotted at: Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Amiri, Yohji Yamamoto, Valentino


The timeless elegance of the traditional suit made a comeback as a must-have item in men’s fashion. Numerous designers went as far as incorporating the three-piece suit, a symbol of tradition, into more casual outfits, sometimes even pairing it with a bare torso. Esteemed fashion labels like Giorgio Armani, Paul Smith, Dries Van Noten, Federico Cina, and others were among those who embraced this trend. In addition, suits underwent a reinvention through inventive cuts and constructions, with Botter and Egon Lab taking the lead in this innovative movement.

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton.

Spotted at:  Giorgio Armani, Paul Smith, Dries Van Noten, Federico Cina, Botter, Louis Vuitton, Valentino


Luxury fashion brands have presented bold and expressive styles on the runway. This season, Dior Homme displayed intricate decorations and vibrant colours. Dries Van Noten demonstrated that sparkles can be worn more casually, combining a sequined shirt with cargo trousers and sandals. The creative director of Loewe, Jonathan Anderson, showcased a shiny shirt and jeans paired with slippers, and Ami Alexandre Mattiussi added glistening sequins to khaki shades, creating a dazzling effect.

Courtesy of Loewe.

Spotted at: Dior, Dries Van Note, Loewe, Ami Alexandre Mattiussi