The first-ever independent Men’s Fashion Week was an absolute success.
More Than Stats had the opportunity to be part of history, as we attended the newly introduced Men’s Fashion Week: Men, which hosted a slew of runway shows and presentations from notable menswear designers, and a few guys on the come up looking to make strides.
We attended about 20 shows, and narrowed down our five favorite collections just for you. Check them out below.
The mock police line up was an awesome idea to present Public School’s hip, neutral Spring/Summer 2016 Collection.
Robert Geller’s collections always seem to have a futuristic appeal,yet still minimal. You might not sport the full runway look, but their are definitely pieces from his collections that can become a staple in your wardrobe.
Designed by an former athlete, Asaf Ganot’s fit is ideal for those of you with an athletic physique. His latest set (inspired by Brazil) is packed with lively, summery pieces designed to be the highlight of your upcoming vacations.
Perry Ellis is still standing strong, they’ve revamped their silhouettes to complement the ‘younger gentlemen’ with slim fits and striking colors and prints. Who knew mustard could look so cool on a dude.
Grungy Gentleman’s Spring/Summer 2016 presentation was all about contrast. The New York based brand, with a real youthful, hip-hop flava has major potential to blow.
A twist on luxury athletic chic, John Elliot continues to make sweat pants and hoodie look cooler than ever with his Spring/Summer 2016 collection.
“I’m a classic man,” *by hip-hop artist Jidenna) was all that went through my mind when I saw Suit Supply’s Spring/Summer 2016 presentation. Their suits are flawless, absolutely loved the bold patterns and fits. The elegant presentation they held, really complemented their brand as well.