The collection featured vibrant and subtle blues of the oceans, as well as a psychedelic array of colors inspired by coral reefs.
Designers Head of State+, WOOD HOUSE, and David Hart shined while presenting their spring/summer 2018 collections in the morning sessions of NYMD.
Held from July 10 – July 13, the upcoming edition of NYFW: Men’s will feature a mix of new and returning designers.
Spring/summer ‘18 will be shown to buyers during market week in July 17 but will be unveiled to the public only when it hits stores next year.
Notable designers that are participating in the collaboration are NYMD veterans David Hart and Krammer & Stoudt and newcomers Descendant of Thieves and Head Of State+.
The collection references militarization, protest and revolt, mirroring the current political frustration, yet trying to show a sense of optimism.
DJ Brendan Fallis was spinning throughout the evening while attendees enjoyed delicious catering by Jordana Blitz’s Little Gem NYC and sipped cocktails by SKYY Vodka over games of air hockey.
Abboud showed a cinematic offering of 50 looks drawn upon the concept of American Gothic, emphasizing dramatic silhouettes, saturated colors, and sumptuous textures.
Here we catch up with Steven Kolb, President and CEO of the CFDA, on how NYFW: Men’s has evolved, some of the surprises he has met along the way, and the challenges he has faced while continuing this project.
This season, NYMD will be held further downtown at Dune Studios on January 30, and will hold a preview of the collections for buyers at PROJECT during its show on January 23-25 at the Javits Center.
Held from January 30 through February 2, 2017, the upcoming edition of NYFW: Men’s will feature a mix of new and returning designers.
For the first time, the Belgian designer will show his namesake collection in New York during NYFW: Men’s which will run January 20 – February 2, 2017.
This new line designed by McNairy, which is produced by Los Angeles-based menswear subscription service Five Four, marks the second footwear collection for the designer.
In his largest collection to date, Elliott explored new avenues of design including splashes of vibrant color and expanded product categories including eyewear, bags, belts, and a wider range of footwear.
Here, menswear designer Nick Graham takes us on his trip to Havana with commentary of what he saw and what inspired him.
For his spring 2017 collection, and to kick-off New York Fashion Week: Men’s, Joseph Abboud hosted an intimate breakfast before presenting his new collection comprised of 28 looks.
The CFDA and Cadillac hosted the official New York Fashion Week: Men’s opening night event on Monday, July 11 to kick off the week’s festivities.
Using a state-of-the-art mobile studio, the #JHFitTour will cross the United States visiting more than 30 cities over a four-month period, providing a full brand experience to those who visit.
As panicked predictions prevail about the end to Fashion Week as we know it, the real changes will be much more measured.
Designers share their spring/summer 2017 inspirations for the upcoming New York men’s shows.