World-wide, fashion weeks have seen several labels opting for a more economical approach to showing their collections. Instead of an expensive runway show, many designers have been presenting their collections in a showroom/presentation format. The latest label to leave the runway is New York based label, Buckler. The self-declared "label for blokes" showcased a recession-friendly collection appropriate for men from all walks of life. Black and gray accented by a mix of blue and purple nicely pulled the diverse collection of leather pants, cropped coats, knitted waistcoats, and other pieces together. This fall, Buckler should benefit from the multitude of style options presented as they wisely cater to both high-street and urban customers.