If you fancy yourself a sneaker collector, the luxury market will have a number of swoon-worthy styles to pick from next season. From bigwigs such as Christian Louboutin and Jimmy Choo, to more emerging brands such as Palm Angels and No. 21, men’s sneakers for fall ’16 are focused on luxe materials and playful detailing. While none are available yet, it’s smart to begin planning next season’s purchases — in-demand sneakers are often the first thing to sell out, and yes, even the ones that cost upward of $1,000.
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