Annnddd that’s a wrap! So long to this season of NYFW Men’s SS18. Surely will be missed with the graphic elements, unique aesthetics, juxtapose proportions, minimalist boldness, showstopper detailing, eye-popping colors, artfully fluctuating volumes, crafty layering and creative mixture of textures. This season brought the brightest ideas, trends and pieces to life. Utterly unique and stylish that is inspiring and perhaps already has us looking forward to the next season. Don’t expect to see anything here… Read More NYFW Men’s SS18 Recap
Now that we are at the beginning of New York Fashion Week for women’s, it’s about that time NYFW Men’s wrap up. I compiled a few looks from three designers over the course of Men’s Fashion Week for F/W 2017. Each designers’ collections are unique, not one in the same and convey a message that is highlighting within the looks. Steve Aoki x Dim Mak Collection FW17 This collection reflected influences of William S. Burroughs… Read More NYFW Men’s Wrap Up
On the third day of NYMD, I went to see N-P-Elliot F/W17 presentation at the Skylight Square. Nicholas Elliot, a Scottish designer wanted to create a collection that conveyed a message of a world that is non-homogeneous. Elliot said “Everyone in my family is culturally mixed and I wanted to relay that with this presentation.” The collection relayed that message in a couple of different ways. Unique looks stemmed from the mixture of unconventional pairings… Read More NYMD Recap: N-P-Elliot F/W17
I had a great time at New York Fashion Week Men’s. On the first day, I went to see NYMD at Dune Studios. Here is a recap of the afternoon F/W17 presentations entailed six designers starting with: David Naman Robert James Wood House Maiden Noir R.Swiader Private Policy New York David Naman The first collection encompassed a diversity of bold colors, neutral tones, prints, textures with a modern and fresh take on style. It underlaid personality and individuality while… Read More NYMD Recap at Dune Studios
This fall for 2015, men’s fashion brings everything we could hoped for, with new approaches to color, textures, prints and layering and unraveling, covetable themes of the season are having a serious moment. Check out these top trends for menswear for 2015. Black is Back Animal Print Androgynous Turtleneck Season Double Outerwear Which menswear trend did you like the most?