To start off the month of February (1st-4th) our time for spent attending an onslaught of runway shows and presentations for New York Fashion Week: Men’s.
From trendy oversized pieces, to monochromatic layering, and tailored classy evening attire, Men’s Fashion Week did not disappoint in its sophomore season.
Check out our 7 winning collections from the week below.
David Hart’s classy jazz-inspired presentation was my personal favorite. The designer was influenced by the style and swagger of Jazz greats like Miles Davis, Sunny Rollins and Max Roach. The presentation solely featured African-american models, according to Mashable, David wanted to pay homage to the jazz age in a very authentic way where it felt real.
Public School still holds the crown as the “Coolest” brand to show at New York Fashion Week: Men’s. Their latest selection offers a mix of minimal tones, heavy prints, and vintage denim.
John Elliott’s athletic inspired collection features tailored sweats, and lots of layered garments.
Ovadia And Sons brought uniqueness to their runway presentation, drawing inspiration from their Jewish roots.
Stylish and functional, EFM’s (Engineered For Motion) advanced luxury pieces continues to successfully bring performance fabrics to refined silhouettes.
Grungy Gentleman’s line continues to progress, their latest installment featured a cast of pro athletes and celebrities dressed in pieces highlighted with stripes on denim pant legs, blazer jackets, and active hoodies.
Drawing inspiration from the Hip Hop classic movie “Juice,” Rochambeau brought flava to the runway. The NY-based brand’s selection put a fresh and youthful spin on overalls, puffer jackets, chunky turtlenecks and baggy pants.