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The Bomber Jacket: New York Men’s November Street Shots

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Editor’s Picks – New York Men’s October Street Shots

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Patrik Ervell Makes Tech Futurism Modern -

New York: This season Patrik Ervell was inspired by interiors and the persistence, durability, and functionality of trends within this space. This concept was most influential in the designer’s material choice with performance driven textiles like vinyl, polyurethane, and technical jersey used for parkas, anoraks, and simple mockneck shirts. The result was a futuristic look that still seems applicable today. –Matt ...
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City Sartorial at Ovadia and Sons -

New York: Ovadia and Sons continued their love for houndstooth, printing it on everything from trench coats and bomber jackets to 2SB suits and pleated short shorts. The designers also added a sportier element with cotton, nylon zip sweaters over button-down shirts worn underneath suiting looks. Perhaps this is due to their activewear line, Ovadia+, launching for the spring/summer 2015 season. ...
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Tim Coppens Navigates the Urban Jungle -

New York: Tim Coppens continues to focus on fabric in order to deliver collections complete with both form and function. According to the show notes, Coppens drew from “disruptive behavior and melancholy romantics with a healthy dose of arrogance,” thus titling his collection “Jungle Sunrise.” There was definitely more of a utilitarian feel this season with nylon cotton blends used for ...
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Public School’s Elevated Urban Streetwear -

New York: Public School designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne continue to be New York's It-guys, partly because their collections tend to encapsulate the city's sleek street look. However, season after season the designers elevate this concept by introducing more tailored pieces or playing with styling choices. The colour palette was kept minimal with mostly stark black and white looks such ...
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Robert Geller Delivers a Wearable, Ultramodern Collection -

New York: This season Robert Geller struck the perfect balance between original and commercial, delivering wearable items without loosing his signature aesthetic. Geller stripped down items from past collections in order to focus on their fundamental shapes and colours. This concept was seen in knit tunic tops styled underneath blazers, three-quarter length dress pants, formal joggers, collarless button-ups, and impeccably designed ...
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Southern Folk Meets Eastern Influences at Billy Reid -

New York: Billy Reid’s Southern aesthetic experienced Eastern influences this season in the form of Japanese-inspired florals, indigo colour ways, and elongated silhouettes. The designer continued a similar look as last spring/summer such as tunic-inspired button-ups underneath soft blazers, while emphasizing fresher styles like wide-leg skate shorts and workwear-inspired jackets. However, material still played a crucial role in Reid’s collection with ...
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Safari Streetwear at N. Hoolywood -

New York: This season N. Hoolywood designer Daisuke Obana was inspired by natural surroundings, using digital camouflage and insects as prints and graphics on streetwear staples such as jogger pants, skate shorts, and boxy t-shirts. However, the designer elevated some of these ensembles seen through fluid, unstructured sweatshirts styled with matching shorts or pants for a sleek streetwear look. There was ...
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Todd Snyder Combines Form & Function in Runway Debut -

New York: For Todd Snyder’s runway debut, his inspiration was the marriage of form and function and, according to the show notes, was keen on “delivering maximal statements in minimalist packages.” This was evident in the styling of short sleeve sweatshirts with tuxedo pants or a shirt and tie paired with sweatpants. The shorts were a definite highlight, tailored to perfection ...
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Duckie Brown’s Reproportioned Classics -

New York: The designers at Duckie Brown took current spring/summer favourites and gave them their signature Duckie spin. This was most obviously seen in the ankle-cropped trouser's transformation into a high-waisted, extreme drop-crotch silhouette, highlighting the designers' love for proportion play. Others include resort and camp shirts in boxier shapes, anorak jackets in high shine fabrics, long sleeve t-shirts with shrunken ...
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Contemporary 50s Bad Boys at Richard Chai -

New York: Richard Chai updated last spring/summer’s Truck Stop theme with fluid fabrics, bright colours, and broken stripe patterns. The 50s bad boy was seen through items like sleeveless pop-over shirts and styling choices like camp shirts with rolled-up sleeves left unbuttoned to reveal slouched tank tops. The footwear, a hiker boot hi-top hybrid, added a contemporary urban feel. The dark ...
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Rock ‘n’ Roll Redux at J.Lindeberg -

ROCK 'N' ROLL REDUX New York: J.Lindeberg maintained the momentum of last season's rock 'n' roll look, injecting a sense of lightness through fabrics and textures, according to the brand's show notes. The dark colour palette was offset by mix materials like nylon and leather as well as patterns like floral-camo jacquards. Suiting was a stand-out in slim silhouettes with 1SB shapes ...
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Orley delivers a soft 50s summer -

SOFT 50'S New York: Orley continues to showcase its incredible knitwear while introducing additional luxe items, particularly in the outerwear category, with suede trucker jackets and cotton suiting anoraks. However, the knit polo shirt was the key item seen with varied stripes as well as tipped collars, plackets and sleeves, lending a soft 50's look when paired with ankle-cropped trousers or short ...
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John Varvatos is Latest Addition to London’s Conduit Street

US menswear designer John Varvatos has opened his debut European flagship store on Conduit Street, which is once again emerging as an up-and-coming luxury hotspot. The 10,000sq ft store is the brand’s biggest to date and houses all of Varvatos' lines over three floors, including the sportswear range Star USA and his ongoing footwear collaboration with Converse, along with fragrances, ...
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