Two shows this month highlights what’s next in men’s fashion: UBM Fashion’s Project/MRket Show and Liberty Fairs both in NYC. Some of the trends shown were: corduroy, puffer jackets in new ways, plaids, textured fabrics, utility influenced accessories, relaxed silhouettes, Fair Isle/intarsia patterns and recycled/sustainable fabrics and practices to name a few. Featured image: Educated… Continue reading What’s Next In Men’s Fashion
New York Men’s Fashion Week presentation of DYNE Fall 2019 was another great showing. Creative Director Chris Bevans’ sustainable and technology based athleisure designs for DYNE are available through the company’s e-commerce site, as well as retailers such as Bloomingdales, Barneys, Lane Crawford and Takashimaya.
What men want in fashion is always answered at Liberty Fairs in NY. This session as with other shows this month highlights sustainability which is also on consumer’s minds. Check out the collaboration with Upcycle and Knickerbocker of fine quality tees made from recycled plastic bottles and produced in Los Angeles. Plus other great pieces… Continue reading What Men Want
Congrats to DYNE and Christopher Bevans for winning the first international Woolmark Innovation Prize!! Be sure to check out DYNE’s website and Instagram page and you can now buy Dyne in select Barney’s New York stores!! Images: image with garments from Woolmark Company Instagram site- Morgan O’Donovan photographer, second from DYNE.
Men’s NYFW is still in full swing with the July 2017 edition of PROJECT and MRKET. It’s great to see so much menswear in one location highlighting what’s to come in contemporary fashion, classic styles, footwear, accessories, performance/activewear and more. Capsule and Liberty Fairs shows are also going on at the same time featuring more… Continue reading Men’s Fashion – What’s Next
Menswear is never boring. All pieces at Barney’s New York.
Korean design inspiration on view at the 21st annual textile trade show – Korean Preview in New York. Browse through offerings from 60 of Korea’s top manufacturers and be inspired at the trend tables showing what’s next in fabric, print, patterns and colors for fall/winter 2018. A good resource for fashion industry professionals to explore… Continue reading Korea + New York
Something different this season, maybe taking a page out of Vetements’ playbook. Heron Preston debuted his capsule collection in collaboration with The City of New York Department of Sanitation at the 2017 Paris shows. These pieces helped define Preston’s graphic and utilitarian aesthetic and can be seen in stores worldwide such as Bergdorf Goodman, Barney’s… Continue reading Heron Preston for DSNY
Dapper style from Armani Collezioni at Saks Fifth Avenue, summer ready.
Things are not always what they seem. This 1825 liquor storefront was repurposed as a J. Crew Men’s Store. The building is a historical landmark which is why there is no J. Crew signage outside. The location was a stop on the Underground Railroad and the fourth oldest standing house in NYC. Theodore Wright, African-American… Continue reading J. Crew Men’s Store