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Saul Nash Fall 2024 Ready-to-Wear: Expanding the Scope

It was a trip down memory lane at Saul Nash’s fall 2024 show. He looked back to the dress code at garage clubs where he spent countless nights — and where no hoodies, hats or sneakers were allowed. At the same time, he consciously added new categories to appeal to a wider audience as he enters a more mature stage in life.

“I was going everywhere in tracksuits, but my brother would always put on a Ben Sherman shirt and have loafers. He always looks smart and that gave me the clues for where I wanted to take my brand,” Nash said.

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The show mimicked a club in action, with a master of ceremonies announcing who walked down the runway, and a slew of dancers freestyling as models wove through. Jourdan Dunn closed the show in a casual night-out ensemble featuring a mini mesh crossbody bag in collaboration with the slow fashion brand Arcs.

There were also a slew of the 31-year-old designer’s signature technical knits and smart tracksuits in red, blue, orange and brown. Some of them came with the motif of a shirtless guy dancing, while smiley motifs appeared on a zip-up shell jacket and collarless shirts, while loafers by Sebago were customized with a Vibram sole.

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Launch Gallery: Saul Nash Fall 2024 Ready-to-Wear Collection

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