Louis Vuitton’s Resort 2024 menswear collection is a nod to the most primal source of illumination, fire, and an exploration of the global bonfire culture that brings us together.
For the pages of our November 'Forbidden' issue, models Omari Phipps and Noah Weinbren take to the streets in the French Maison's menswear collection, donning garments marked by 'flyer' motifs embedded with messages of intrigue, and captivating graphic art. Photographed by Nicole Brannen and styled by Charlotte Agnew, fringe-embellished sweaters and block-colour collared polo shirts are partnered with oxidised denim and simple black leather accessories.
The collection was also Louis Vuitton's last before Pharrel's larger-than-life first collection as menswear creative director; its symbolic roots reflective of this transition into a new era, the flame and 'oxidisation' motifs serving as both a literal and a metaphorical guiding light, gesturing onward toward the dawn of a new day for the Maison.
Left: LOUIS VUITTON top, pants, shoes, bag and belt. Right: LOUIS VUITTON top, pants, bag and belt.
Left: LOUIS VUITTON shirt, jeans and bag. Right: LOUIS VUITTON top and jeans.
Left: LOUIS VUITTON top, pants and belt. Right: LOUIS VUITTON jumper and shorts.
Left: LOUIS VUITTON necklace. Right: LOUIS VUITTON top, pants and belt.
Left: LOUIS VUITTON jacket. Right: LOUIS VUITTON jumper.
To experience the Forbidden issue in its entirety, the November edition of RUSSH will be available on newsstands from 16 November and through our shop online. Read more about the inspiration behind the issue in Jess Blanch's editor's letter, and get to know our cover star, Ylang Messenguiral, through our exclusive . Wanting to purchase the Forbidden issue in person? profileFind a stockist near you.