Fashion has a long storied history of taking inspiration from foreign cultural influences and travel. This season at New York Fashion Week: Men's was no exception to that long standing trend. Nick Graham started off the morning with a collection inspired by Havana Cuba. For the opening look to his show, […]

What if someone told you that it was possible to do colorful minimalism? Now wait a minute, you are probably thinking that's an oxymoron. However, designer Zachary Prell managed to create such a concept with his spring/summer 2017 collection. Upon entering the space for his presentation, on the left […]

Feng Chen Wang is truly a designer of her generation. For her spring/summer 2017 collection, the designer built it around the theme of meeting, connection, and connectivity. To do this, she used clothes as a metaphor for how people communicate in this very digital age. A lot of communication now is […]

There is that iconic scene in The Devil Wears Prada where the movie's antagonist Miranda Priestly says "florals for spring...groundbreaking?" If Miranda had walked into Tommy Hilfiger's spring/summer 2017 men's presentation she would have strongly reconsidered those words. The preppy American heritage […]

Ever since Stuart Vevers took over the role of creative director of Coach in 2013, he has had his work cut out for him. The American leather goods label was struggling, reaching a point where they closed 70 stores in North America. Despite their struggling sales figures, Vevers pushed on and continued […]

Shoes are the new it-bags. The news that Hermès this week confirmed it will take a stake in luxury cobbler Pierre Hardy underlines the consumer shift in buying habits. Shoppers are turning to footwear, not bags, and the luxury groups are responding quickly. Hermès has been a quiet power in the footwear […]

Designer Alexander McQueen was no stranger to controversy during his short life, so perhaps it comes as no surprise that his legacy to challenge convention continues post mortem. In a rather strange turn of events, Central Saint Martins fashion student Tina Gorjanc has announced she is to create a small […]

Artistically, there's always been an appreciation for the male form. However, when it came to designing clothes, the male form was traditionally restricted to suiting for most of modern times. Now, designers have decided that the male form shouldn't be treating so simply, and are playing with the proportions […]

Loris Diran might not be selling 3000 dollar suits anymore, but that doesn't mean the man has lost his design flare, style, or sense of luxury. This season, the designer took inspiration from South America and South American attitude along with sun bleached fabric to create a collection of suiting, […]

At New York Fashion Week: Men's, Cadet reminded us why they were finalists for the Vogue/CFDA Fashion Fund. This season, the designers delivered a collection that was beyond even their already high expectations with offerings such as trench oats in grey sport coat merino, tunic t-shirts in blue jacket […]




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