One of the biggest weeks in men’s fashion began yesterday. Here are some highlights…
Each summer, the world’s men’s fashion elite gather in NYC for a week of shows, parties and all-out peacocking. Brands from every range of menswear make an appearance, showcasing their upcoming threads. Some are great, some are not. Here are some of our favorites from yesterday’s shows.
Drawing heavily from his own history, David Hart’s newest collection collides modern cuts with classic American upper class tastes. Bold colored suits, knit polos and even a shawl collared tuxedo round out the looks and solidify one of last year’s GQ Best New Menswear Designers as a force to be reckoned with.
Suitsupply continues to impress with their cuts, patterns and styling this season. The brand largely responsible for the re-emergence of the waistcoat shows off by creating patterned pieces that are easily worn in a casual or dressy way. A few new summer-ready pieces like shorts and lightweight blazers round out a very impressive collection.
Rome based designer David Naman made a strong statement with his collection this season. With bold prints, Japanese inspired denim and casual suiting, he makes a claim for one of the most well-rounded shows of the day.
One of the coolest parts of Fashion Week is seeing classic brands continue to be at the forefront of trendsetting. Perry Ellis’ collection consists of darker, muted tones with pops of color and varies from suiting to fashionable athleisure. Some excellently stylish pieces for the summer from a perennial powerhouse.
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