Fashion lovers and lusters from all around flock to Manhattan- cloaked in intricately cut digs and particularly placed accessories. Fashion bloggers showcase their New York Fashion Week style while coasting around the concrete jungle- scoping the best looks for the upcoming season. New York Fashion Week Mens has evolved over the years. It seems as though mens  fashion is focused on revolutionizing the industry. Men in skirts- beyond kilts; men in heels- beyond drag. NYFWM is the new source of everyones style inspiration. From the earth toned collection by Simon Miller to funky punk rock god line by Vivienne Westwood- SS’17 is forecast to be a bold one.


Simon Miller:

Easy menswear for those that can’t be bothered with a high-maintenance wardrobe, Miller captured the true essence and color palette we all dream of when we think of dressing for spring.


Vivienne Westwood:

For the rule-breakers and the misfits, Westwood combined patterns and textures in a way that only she could. At times confusing and at times overwhelming, Westwood possesses equal parts quirk and sheer magic that just somehow makes it all work.


Raf Simons:

Clean lines, historical art references, and a nod to DIY fashion reflect Simons’ precise character, both quiet and ambitious in nature.

Margaret Howell:

Slightly intimidating and slightly boring, Howell captured subtlety and sophistication at its finest, creating a daily uniform worth lusting after.

Haider Ackermann:

Showcasing rich creams and royal blues, Ackermann created a collection pulsating with energy, balanced with just the right amount of masculinity and femininity in each silhouette.

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