Men’s season might be over but we wanted to recap on some of the best highlights of New York Fashion Week Men’s.
See what shows made the final cut below.
The collection was a beautiful rendition of the designers love for her home. The number 256 was embroidered in pieces as well as the color story correlating to raw emotions. Yellow and Orange hues represented the sun setting, Like the end of a journey and the feeling of returning home.
Feng also incorporates structure in some of her pieces as a signature. She said “with each season structure takes on a new form”.
Snows signature is suiting. The AW showcase was her first debut and definitely felt memorable. With her venue a Chinese restaurant (which felt refreshing) guests were seated at tables rather than rows, serving up a true intimate family feel . There was also traditional chinese finger foods and tea to quench our bodies from becoming NYFW zombies. This season saw Snow cast men for the first time, speaking with her she stated that she wants her brand to be seen as ‘unisex’ ‘ anyone can wear my clothes it doesn’t matter who / what you identify with’.
The DIY queen Sophie Hardeman does another presentation this time only cool kids allowed. The collection was and always will incorporate denim, her signature. This time saw more colors playing a role in her work, slightly shying away from the deeper hues of the last collection. Models were seen smoking blunts and engaging in conversation as onlookers saw them in their own bubble of an area we weren’t allowed, In fear of getting told ‘You can’t sit with us’.
The show had iconic talent. From Amanda Lepore to Plus Size Model / Makeup Artist Raisa Thomas. Kaimin has always factored in shock value and sexuality. This show was no different. Moving on from Nylon and Tulle she played with other fabrics such as cotton and Corduroy. What really stole the show was the ‘Pussy Hawks’ displayed covering the women’s genitals.
Word by Jared Martell
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