Calvin Klein Classic-Hercules taps into Calvin Klein’s style DNA with a fall feature for its latest magazine issue. Models Andreas Lindquist, Otto Pierce and…
Presented as part of Concept Korea, Resurrection looked to the transformative power of fashion for its inspiration this season. Disrupting the traditional idea of menswear, the ‘Casual and Masculine’ collection featured modern silhouettes with a rock ‘n’ roll spirit. Blending contemporary tailoring with high-tech fabrics, the results were effortlessly current and covetable.
Billy Reid Spring/Summer 2015-Designer Billy Reid is on a roll when it comes to prints. Since the founding of his label, Reid has produced…
GANT Rugger captures the lightness of summer with a nautical motif and relaxed attitude that resonates throughout its spring/summer 2015 collection. Unveiled during New York Fashion Week, the lineup embraces a lean silhouette and light separates, reflective of an easy lifestyle. Here, sports jackets come together with suiting shorts, striped tees and polos, cable-knit sweaters, denim jackets and other timeless essentials for a phenomenal showing.
Tuned into his on-going collaboration with Champion, designer Todd Snyder unveiled a casual spring/summer 2015 collection during New York Fashion Week. Embracing dusty neutrals, offset by dark alternatives, Snyder turned out one essential after the next, honing in on relaxed fits and accessible style options. From solid knit pullovers and bomber jackets to tailored suits, Todd Snyder delivered menswear staples for the everyday man.
Perry Ellis returns to the New York Fashion Week schedule with a runway debut from its recently appointed creative director Michael Maccari. Skillfully mixing Perry Ellis’ playful heritage with the stylish needs of the modern man, Maccari delivered a strong offering by the name of ‘Changes and Horizontals’. Inspired by the work of Irish artist Sean Scully, the lineup utilized graphic prints interweaved among classic solids, to dress up spirited pieces for everyday living.
The latest from designer Antonio Azzuolo juxtaposed casual and formal elements for a collection, ideal for the modern man, who wants to look his best at all times. Sharp, tailored jackets were half cinched and paired with cropped trousers. The eastern flair continued with kimono-style tops, which coincided with a selection of black and white garments for effortless fashion choices. Meanwhile, bright colored plaids rounded out the collection with a western attitude.