And that’s a wrap on another menswear season. The bi-annual rounds, which began in London a month ago, just concluded last night in New York at the Todd Snyder show after a standout sophomore season of New York Fashion Week: Men’s. The four-day onslaught of runways and presentations showcased a mass variety of styles and wares, from oversized outerwear to delightful new takes on tailoring and evening attire.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America launched New York Fashion Week: Men’s, a standalone showcase for American men’s fashion which kicked off with the Spring/Summer 2016 collections at Skylight Clarkson Sq. The sophomore season was held February 1-4 at Skylight Clarkson North. DAY (I) ONE
Look: Club Monaco Double Pleated Wool Pants, Club Monaco Flannel Shirt, Old Navy T-Neck, Selected Homme Sneakers
Concept Korea Men's RTW Fall 2016
This season, Concept Korea presented two menswear designers, DBYD by Dong-jun Kang and Ordinary People by Hyeong-cheol Jang. DBYD’s I’m you…
My look for New York Fashion Week: Men`s. Day 3 was based in three traditional Ukrainian colors. Black, Red and White... I had black overall from small Korean brad, Topman burgundy shoes and Ukrainian hand-made embroidered traditional shirt Vyshyvanka. The art of embroidery in Ukraine traces its roots back to the pre-Christian period, it has centuries-old history. It is proved by results of archaeological dig and travellers' documentary evidence. As a whole, embroidery is dated from the epoch primeval.
Third day was the most crazy and full of events for me. I took my camera with me again and did some professional pictures. Enjoy! DeTROIT Men’s RTW Spring 2016
Casual and soft was the main focus of deTROIT’s spring lineup. The collection featured an array of softly constructed jackets, lightweight and sheer shirts with flowy and voluminous trousers and an elongated navy trench. Source