From newly minted creative director Pharrell's debut Louis Vuitton Mens runway show that took over Paris' Pont Neuf bridge, to MSCHF's Big Yellow Crocs collab that debuted in the front row at Rick Owens, and the futuristic Dior Homme show opening that seems to be all over TikTok (the one where models were raised out of the runway in a Hunger Games fashion), it seems like all eyes have been trained, as of late, on Paris Men's Fashion Week. But while the fashions on the runway have been captivating to say the least, we here at RUSSH have always been as equally as interested in what's being donned by attendees on the sidelines and on the streets outside of shows.
Some noteworthy details from this season's street style include neutral palettes that mix different hue saturations – think beiges, whites, creams and warm caramels – layered together with oomph. Pops of bright orange punctuated the palette, as did the occasional red cowboy boot or sneaker. Baggy trousers were abundant, giving a loose and louche touch to otherwise quite styled looks. Mixing of hard and soft seemed to be a theme, with slick accessories (like strings of pearls and tiny, luxury bags) being toned down with brandless garments like T-shirts, linen button-ups and casual sneakers. The 'stealth wealth' trend indeed seems to be persevering. Asymetric skirts, trucker hats and sporty, uniform dressing all remained fixtures on the street, micro internet trends that seem to have a little more staying power than we might have initially allowed them.
And on that note, let's take a look at some of the best Paris Men's Fashion Week SS24 street style looks together, below.
For more street style inspiration, check out our recent Afterpay Australian Fashion Week street style round up, or our coverage of the best street style looks from Paris Fashion Week FW 23 earlier this year.