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Young, hip, urban, and male ... meet the fashion world's new best friend.LVMH's Paris-based Louis Vuitton summed up the zeitgeist at the latest run of men's fashion shows that closed last week with a collection by its new DJ-turned-designer Virgil Abloh.Kering's fastest-growing brand Balenciaga, a onetime couture house which scored a hit with a line of chunky sneakers, says men are now among its biggest sales drivers along with millennials, or 20 to 35 year olds.LVMH's Toledano – who oversees LVMH labels like Celine, which is due to launch a men's line – said tailored styles were still doing well, however, adding sales growth was spreading to accessories and shoes.
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