Couture, tailoring, streetwear? Men's fashion presents an ever-changing market


The late Virggil Abloh is said to have changed luxury menswear. Seen here is his last runway show for Louis Vuitton. Photo: Louis Vuitton

Just two years or so ago, suits were predicted to not survive lockdowns. Even trendy party clothes were shunned, and instead, pyjamas and sweatpants became the choice for guys as they found themselves stuck at home.

Now, there is a prediction that trendy men’s fashion will make a glorious comeback.

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