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  • Sydney Sadick | February 3, 2017

    NYFWM: Matthew Adams Dolan

    Matthew Adams Dolan presented his Fall/Winter ’17 collection at New York Fashion Week: Men’s yesterday on a bed—yes, literally! Models took turns laying in the bed in his newest designs, which, as always, drew upon American style and craft and featured denim, one of his signature materials. “This season I’m doing something more personal, and I’m looking into

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  • Sydney Sadick | February 2, 2017

    NYFWM: Bode Fall/Winter 2017

    This morning, Emily Adams Bode of Bode staged her New York Fashion Week: Men’s presentation at Skylight Clarkson Square, which was reminiscent of a special place: home. Models were performing routine, domestic-like activities at a slowed-down pace—one was folding blankets on a bed, another was using a vintage telephone, and one was reading a book. That’s just a taste of the action!

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | February 2, 2017

    NYFWM: Landlord Fall/Winter 2017

    For its third season in action, menswear label Landlord looked to the hip-hop fashion scene of the ’90s and 2000s. Creative director Ryohei Kawanishi took inspo from southern hip-hop artists (Outkast, Ludacris, Lil Wayne, Nelly, etc.) and the styles he sees around his Harlem neighborhood. At last night’s presentation at Skylight Clarkson Square P3, the mods hammed it up

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  • Sydney Sadick | February 1, 2017

    NYFWM: Matiere Fall/Winter 2017

    Matiere design-duo Scot Shandalove and Jake Zeitlin looked to a musical era of yesteryear for their Fall/Winter 2017 collection, which debuted today during New York Fashion Week: Men’s. Each season, the designers choose a different genre of tunes to focus on, and for Fall, it was all about punk rock—their interpretation of it, that is—which was clear the moment you entered their

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  • Sydney Sadick | February 1, 2017

    NYFWM: You As Fall/Winter 2017

    How did Tony Liu come up with the name You As for his menswear line? It was a phrase he coined with his friends, and now it’s how he defines his brand’s accessible and aspirational pieces, things that he felt were missing from his own wardrobe. With each garment, he aspires to create a “modern uniform” that’s cool, versatile, and multi-faceted. Liu debuted his

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 1, 2017

    NYFWM: Jahnkoy Fall/Winter 2017

    As the Jahnkoy presentation began, out walked warrior-styled men passing out a newspaper called “Displaced” with the headline “Crafting Revolution” and the slogan “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.” Then out marched clothing that was an elaborate mélange of cultural references. Some men came out stomping, twirling, and swinging their arms in a sort of

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  • Sydney Sadick | January 31, 2017

    NYFWM: N-p-Elliott Fall/Winter 2017

    Nicholas Elliott, the Scottish designer behind N-p-Elliott, showed his Fall/Winter 2017 collection of streetwear today with a futuristic and innovative presentation at New York Fashion Week: Men’s. The designer was inspired by both the androgynous element in the film Orlando, starring Tilda Swinton, and the art direction and costumes in David Lynch’s Dune, leading to a collection full of interesting patterns

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  • Sydney Sadick | January 31, 2017

    NYFWM: Garciavelez Fall/Winter 2017

    Today, designer Carlos Garciavelez of Garciavelez debuted his Fall/Winter 2017 collection at New York Fashion Week: Men’s with a focus on cutting-edge construction and attention to architectural details. The designer looked to the work of 1970s artist Gordon Matta-Clark and used this inspiration to apply overlapping geometries on both the clothes and the space at Skylight Clarkson Sq,

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  • The Daily Front Row | October 5, 2016

    Paris Fashion Week: Nudists at Kenzo, Natalie Westling’s Moment at Vuitton, Poolside Chic at Miu Miu, and More

    Kenzo Spring/Summer 2017 Carol Lim and Humberto Leon held their show for Kenzo as the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine, a Parisian museum dedicated to the history of architecture. Lim and Leon never miss a chance to have a “moment” on their runways and in Paris the backdrop to their spring show were real live

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  • Ashley Baker | October 4, 2016

    Chanel Spring/Summer 2017

    With technology becoming more innovative (and invasive) than even the most visionary sci-fi pioneers could have imagined, Karl Lagerfeld’s techy take on 2017 vision was a deliberate throwback to more mainframe times. Models traipsed around a old-school computer, and the clothes had an unapologetic eighties attitude, underscored with sideways-turned baseball caps in punchy colors and prints. Lingerie was another focus—lace

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