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On day one of NYFW Men’s…no shows for me. On day two, July 11, Death to Tennis showcase their SS18 collection at the Skylight Clarkson Square. A presentation that is anything but conventional. A presentation with a digital theme of the “selfie” with models posing with iphones and vintage cameras. It was a capsule of retro coolness and a focus on tonal colors and palettes, minimal prints and simple aesthetics. Death to Tennis continues to take a unique approach to contemporary menswear with design longevity in mind. Here is a gathering of my favorite images; a peek from my fashion week so far! Scroll to enjoy!

Hope you enjoyed! Happy Fashion Week!

All Photos Are Courtesy of Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images

xoxo,c

 

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