Dim Mak gives its take on the chaos of today’s global society and the power of unification.
Separate from Geller’s eponymous brand, Gustav Von Aschenbach begins with the designer’s fondness of new shapes and color to create an entirely new collection.
See here a glimpse of what went on backstage at Todd Snyder, Parke & Ronen and more through the lens of intrepid photographer Andrew Werner.
Playful patterns and sexy silhouettes were spread across a whopping 50 looks at the celebratory show on Wednesday afternoon.
In this collection, we see a combination of relaxed drop-shoulder knitwear incorporating satin and woven twill paneling, wide leg poplin trousers, and accents of black leather.
The collection was inspired by a “hypothetical corrupt clergy that has gone on safari and returned to the Riviera with a cadre of louche associates.”
The brand also debuted footwear and jewelry through its collaborative efforts with Greats and Lizzie Fortunato Jewels, respectively.
The collection featured vibrant and subtle blues of the oceans, as well as a psychedelic array of colors inspired by coral reefs.
Shirtings double as jackets, while suits are loosened up and reimagined, with softer structure and looser silhouettes.
Sport, utilitarian, formal and casual themes come together in relaxed shirting, laidback suiting, wide-legged pants, slackened schoolboy knits and easygoing trench coats.
Hugo Boss, David Hart, Perry Ellis, and more gave us a sneak peek into their fall collections ahead of next week’s official start of New York Fashion Week: Men’s.
Inspired by two stunning locales, Hotel Pellicano in Tuscany and Costa Azzurra in Sicily, the collection offers a feeling of unique and relaxed elegance.
Key design elements for spring/summer include the perforated leather footbed, rubberized leather, clip closures, subtle logo application, and more.
Clean lines and jaunty stripes meet the classic tailoring of 22/4 Hommes with the elegance of the sea in its playful new spring/summer collection.
The 24-look collection was inspired from a road trip Elliott and his girlfriend went on earlier this year throughout the southwestern United States.
The use of cycling apparel details, various colorful signs, advertising slogans, packaging and images added a quirky, yet creative element to the collection.
A wardrobe of sporty staples was built this season, with standout items included: anoraks, track jackets, chinos, running shoes, and yes, even fanny packs.
Interesting silhouettes like woven shirts with a cape-like extension and over-sized denim pieces with zippers that remove different parts of the garment were seen throughout the collection.
The multiple-layered collection was intentionally left unfinished, with linings of jackets and trousers left visible, slightly hanging from the garments.
In assorted sizes and shapes, from gingham to glen plaid to tattersall, structured or featherlight, checks seamlessly fuse with Pal Zileri’s homage to Venice.