NYFW Men Recap

Week One of NYFW completed! All we can say is thanks!

The CFDA and the shows we went to did a great job in not only casting diverse models, but I did talk to a model who while on break had two croissants with protein.

So kudos to CFDA for adhering to the rules in keeping models health a priority.

Secondly, the crowd selected was a true artists crowd, which embraces everyone on every level. There were Instagramers, bloggers, ecommerce site owners, and traditional media  and traditional buyers for Brick and Mortar stores. There was a celebrity talking to a Instgrammer, a musician talking to a VP of Fashion at a major retailer.

Men have embraced street style and have it to a science, just as women.

The American Man theme was embraced, by all the shows.

Suit Supply
Strong tailoring and use of chevron prints for wool blend suits were supreme. The Camel color mohair coat is a must have for the  fall/winter.

Nick and Graham
The entire collection was great however, the elevated plaid suit based on nature was excellent. Our favorite piece was the red plaid suit that can be worn to a Winter formal was a stunner. The fedora with a feather accent was all through out the collection.

Greg Lauren
This collection was the rugged boots, long cashmere sweater with the oversized poncho. The colors were browns, olive green, and cream colors of all tones matched with different textures.

Kenneth Ning
This line I would classify as Street style elegance. The standout piece to me was the black and white suit that from afar looks like a fine print, then when you examine it closely it is white background with big bold abstract letters. Again we see color with a deconstructed casual out door jacket in burgundy.

Thanks again to all the designers, public relations team and the CFDA for a great show and presentation.

Cheers to NYFW Men!

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