23 posts tagged F/W 2013 and New York in RUNWAY - MEN


Michael Bastian -

SCHOLARLY WOODSMEN New York: A full house turned out for Michael Bastian’s F/W 13 show last night in a dark industrial space — a fitting venue for the army of laid-back outdoorsy looks that showed down the runway. Bastian continued his knack for rugged tailored menswear in this most recent collection, as well as charming intarsia animal themed knits with Redwing Blackbird ...
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Perry Ellis by Duckie Brown -

MODERN MILITIA New York: Steven Cox and Daniel Silver’s second collection for Perry Ellis by Duckie Brown saw the duo fully find themselves under their new line, as they delivered an edited selection of wearable looks that managed to update traditional styles like fishtail parkas and camouflage jackets. The palette here was minimal and masculine, featuring olive, burgundy and mustard heavily, ...
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Mark McNairy New Amsterdam -

THE SMELL OF FASHION IN THE MORNING New York: Mark McNairy’s latest collection played on familiar motifs from the designer and raconteur, as he showed garments adorned in his patented daisy-camouflage and smiley faces, as well as an exuberant new clown face allover print. Oxford shirts, varsity jackets and single-breasted trenchcoats came as expected, but sweatpants were so shockingly slim that ...
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Marc by Marc Jacobs -

THESE GUYS New York: Marc Jacobs reinvented familiar territory for himself, digging into his nerd-chic fantasies to deliver schlumpy-cool suits in teacher-style plaid or vintage-style boat stripes, all updated with straight, baggy trousers that evoked 90s kids trying on their dad’s clothes. He also showed utility pants, complete with hammer loops, another nod to 90s boy style, and a variety of ...
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Tim Coppens -

UPSCALE ATHLETIC New York: Former Adidas and RLX designer Tim Coppens debuted his first major runway collection last night for F/W 13. He derived inspiration from his childhood — skateboard gear, graffiti escapades, and tailored hand-me-downs from his father. The collection featured sophisticated sportswear centered around technically complex athletic street classics that looked refined with classic tailoring and luxe materials, yet futuristic ...
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Patrik Ervell -

ACTIVE AMBIGUITY New York: Downtown fave and known clever kid, Patrik Ervell showed a nuanced F/W 13 collection full of suits, caps and outerwear that blended the best of cool-guy tailoring and hippy-style active elements. A nylon jacquard poncho and forest print parka were standout items, as was Ervell’s overlock jacket that utilized “wool teddy fur” to mimic the high pile ...
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Carlos Campos -

COLOR AND SHAPE New York: Last night at Milk Studios, Carlos Campos delivered a solid collection of simple, if inventive, garments where the emphasis was on his hallmark use of color and silhouette. Campos struck a near perfect balance, offsetting bright wines, midnight blues and olive greens—or vino, azul oscuro and verde in his words—with perfect tailoring and clean lines. Though ...
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Public School -

DARK DESERT STREET BOYS New York: The design duo Dao-yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne continued to develop their young and tough aesthetic with their F/W 13 collection that caught the attention of many cutting-edge fashion trailblazers such as A$ap Rocky. Chow and Osborne proved that they truly understand what young men desire with this ultra-cool and dark collection, featuring innovative constructed garments ...
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Robert Geller -

GERMAN GRUNGE New York: Robert Geller presented a dark and brooding collection engulfed in romanticism and grittiness for F/W 13. Looks had a sense of dark creative energy similar to the 1920s German Expressionist films that inspired the designer this season. There was curiousness to the looks, with illusion prints, stripes stacked over plaids, or Swiss dots in a gloomy color palette ...
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Tommy Hilfiger -

AMERICAN ENGLISHMEN New York: Established American sportswear designer Tommy Hilfiger, continued his American heritage aesthetic for F/W 13 with a collection featuring an “East Coast prep meets British sartorial tradition in a hybrid of heritage and modernity.” The American designer borrowed traditional English tailoring and typical Prince of Wales, houndstooth and argyle patterns, but kept his home country's aesthetic with an All-American ...
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Moncler Grenoble -

MASS APPEAL New York: For its latest collection, Moncler Grenoble stacked models along a dramatically tiered, mirrored room, creating a virtual monolith of activewear. This presentation combined with an edited, naturalistic color palette to feel massive, like a granite outcropping in the French Alps. The collection dripped with fur, shiny technical nylons, and various quilting styles. Fur gauntlets and retro-stretch ski ...
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Ian Velardi -

SPORT AND COMPORT New York: Rising Menswear star Ian Velardi showcased the skills that have recently made him a critics darling and retail hit (Gap collaboration anyone?), presenting a collection of perfectly-executed basics, highlighted by expertly-jumbled preppy styling of the type that comes naturally to the best American designers. Velardi’s signature look included color-blocked sweatpants paired with a blackwatch tuxedo jacket, ...
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Lacoste -

ARCTIC ODYSSEY New York: Creative director Felipe Oliveria Baptista showcased complex Space Age expedition gear in his Lacoste F/W 13 collection. Inspired by the final frontier, Antarctica, a palette of icy greys and moody turquoises transcended the extreme terrains, as pops of safety orange, cobalt and pea green added an active-wear aspect to items. The collection featured fabric blocked tops with ...
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General Idea -

GEO-TECH NOMAD New York: For General Idea’s 10th anniversary collection, Korean designer Bumsuk Choi continued his utilitarian streetwear aesthetic. Citing this season’s show notes, Choi “derives inspiration from travel and the pursuit of innovation”, which is lucidly evident in his F/W 13 line featuring a futuristic nomad. Tech textiles and Space Age color blocking mixed with nomadic layering and design elements ...
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DKNY -

Backstage Interview Exclusive: Garry Martin - DKNY Men's DKNY's design director Garry Martin gives Stylesight an exclusive look into the F/W 13 collection which focuses on versatility, giving guys the ability to seamlessly go from the office to cocktail hour in one fell swoop.
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