The popularity of the sidebag (or bum bag/fanny pack) hit an all-time high last year. The accessory would routinely feature in our street style sets throughout the year, offering a practical and portable option for those looking to carry their daily essentials.

As the FW18 shows kicked off during London Fashion Week Men's, one thing became instantly apparent, sidebags are going nowhere. Spotted outside the shows were bags from Alyx Studios, Gucci, Prada, A COLD WALL*, Y-3, and FILA to name a few.

Check them out in our gallery above and recap the 10 biggest trends of 2017 here.

In case you missed it, check out every piece from Gosha Rubchinskiy's Burberry collection available at DSM.

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