Style Watch: Stefon Diggs’ Best Looks at Fashion Week

A Fashion Week Treat.

Fresh off of a busy season tearing it up for the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, wide-receiver turned style pioneer Stefon Diggs continues to lay down the fashion gauntlet for all those budding sportsmen around him, telling them through the fits, “you’re not better than me”, and following his A-list Fall/Winter 2024 runway appearances at the likes of Bottega Veneta and Ferragamo this past month, Diggs has unveiled a first official look at his new luxury fashion label, titled ‘Liem’, proving he’s very much here for the long haul.

To the fashion community, it may not be much of a surprise that yet another sportsman – particularly in the American football space – is attempting a firm foray into the big wide world of high-fashion, and between them, there may even be a couple of eye rolls. However, through the likes of Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Odell Beckham Jr., Rafael Leao, Lewis Hamilton and more in recent times, the worlds of sport and fashion have never been closer, with pioneering figures such as Dennis Rodman, David Beckham, and Michael Jordan having laid the ground work for all of these up-and-comers to truly reap the rewards, and well, shine.

Doing exactly that, Stefon Diggs is underlining himself as one of 2024’s ones to watch as we speed through this year’s opening quarter, taking to Milan and Paris Fashion Week to make sure no fashion stone goes unturned and no picture opportunities go amiss.

Check out some of PAUSE’s favourite fashion week looks from the high-flying wide-receiver below.

PFW: Handsome at Hermès

There’s only one way you can pull up to a Hermès show, and that’s in style. Arriving suited and booted, Diggs made his presence known in this subtle ensemble, exuding a quietly masculine aura by opting for slim-fitting Hermès pieces that accentuated his well built physique. Never straying too far from a classic, Diggs was snapped in a high-collar trench coat, a well-matched graphic turtle neck jumper, as well as a pair of signature black pebbled leather loafers. Sleek.

PHOTO CREDIT: @olivertucker23 (via Instagram)

PFW: A Ferragamo Fantasy

Milan Fashion Week arguably saw the highlights of the entire fashion season, and one of those undeniable standouts was Ferragamo’s FW24′ runway show. A slew of high-profile people attended the event, with Stefon Diggs once again proving his fashion know-how as he beat the the ‘flash in the pan’ accusations, this time donning a striking green Ferragamo ensemble that displayed his undeniable flexibility, moving towards block colours for a direct and on-brand look. 

PHOTO CREDIT: @stefondiggs (1) via Instagram/Ferragamo

MFW: Bottega Brilliance

Fur, fur, and more fur. The texture of the season could simply not be ignored, and Diggs embraced it with open arms. Rocking up to Bottega Veneta’s elevated FW24′ show, the main man mixed and matched a cropped fur jacket with a pair of dark green leather pants and a pair of Bottega Veneta lace-up leather boots. What’s not to like?

PHOTO CREDIT: Claudio Lavenia/Getty Images for Bottega Veneta

PFW: Ballin’ at Balenciaga FW24′

Stefon’s undeniable “pièce de résistance” came during Paris Fashion Week as he made his mark on Balenciaga’s Fall/Winter 2024 show, opting for an all-white look that of course included the much talked about Alaska Ski Boots from the luxury Spanish fashion house. Cold with it.

PHOTO CREDIT: Darrel Hunter (@modehunter via Instagram)

MFW: A Moment for Miu Miu

Last but not least, Diggs underlined his eye for fashion by opting for a Miu Miu moment as he took some time away from Milan Fashion Week to head to the San Siro, tuning into an AC Milan game. A classic look if ever we’ve seen one, aged brown leather hits the Miu Miu jacket as well as the sleek Chelsea boots, whilst some LOEWE indigo denim jeans add to this rugged, yet sharpened look. Right now, it’s Miu Miu’s world and we’re all just living in it.

PHOTO CREDIT: @sbainfilm (via Instagram)

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