For many years, men’s fashions were shown alongside women’s fashions during the same hectic week in NYC. That all changed a few years ago when men got their own coverage at a different time. I want you to check out the menswear in the slideshow below featuring photos supplied by each designer’s PR people. For more information about the designers just follow the provided links.
David Hart - “I’ve curated a collection of looks that will be worn on the red carpet during award season. Men are more and more interested in making the best-dressed lists and having that special red carpet moment. The collection is a reflection on how men will be dressing during this season's award shows.”
Designer David Naman used as inspiration: "Elegant fantasy, the paradox between luxury and fantasy. Where the young at heart, meet the re-defined classics of old.”
Photo credit: Ben Abarbanel
Matiere co-founders Scot Shandalove and H. Choi couldn’t help but look to the raw, unfiltered energy of punk rock to inspire the brand’s Autumn/Winter 2017 season. The collection, which features a mash-up of fibers, silhouettes and washes, pays homage to this historical movement and era.
Photo credit: Driely S.
Krammer & Stoudt, founded in 2012 is a menswear line that offers Southern California casual cool with a contemporary point of view. It was co-created by Michael Rubin and Courtenay Nearburg and utilizes Mike's fine art and Courtenay's fashion photography background.
Photo credit: Menelik Puryear
For the fall/winter 2017 season, PRIVATE POLICY takes on the ever-changing landscape of modern globalization. This inspiration can mostly be seen throughout the collection with the use of collaging and graphic patterns.
Photo Credit: Mat+Kat
The Max ‘n Chester Fall Winter 2017 collection tells a sophisticated, compelling story based on the brand’s four pillars of fabric, design, silhouette, and comfort. This season reflects music’s influence on fashion through the decades, specifically the punk and grunge periods. Ultimately, the line reflects designer and founder Peter Trainor’s personal aesthetic.
Photo credit: Hyuna Shin
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