If you’re a die hard fan of iconic cartoon characters like Underdog, Felix the Cat, Richie Rich, Where’s Waldo? and He-Man, today’s your last chance to snag a limited edition luxury tee or hoodie featuring these famous faces designed by Michael Bastian, Billy Reid, Public School, Ovadia & Sons and other CFDA menswear designers. Details below: Read the rest of this entry
I can’t remember if I shared about it already, but I’ve started contributing to Travel + Leisure! One of my favorite articles to have worked on for them this summer was on travel films to queue up your Netflix with. Details below: Read the rest of this entry
New York Fashion Week:Men’s delivered some wonderful style on the streets in-between presentations while guests, models and the like entered and exited the venues – showing off a ton of options to get now.
Finishing up my street style coverage from this spring/summer 2016 season of menswear in New York, I bring you some of best shoes, hats, eyewear and other accessories I spotted on various editors, models, bloggers, buyers and Colton Haynes (who I spotted after the Ovadia & Sons show in the pic below sporting some amazing sunnies). Make sure to see more Vee Travels street style here, and enjoy!
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The Perry Ellis Spring 2016 collection at New York Fashion Week: Men’s and backstage moments with models such as Oli Lacey, Christopher Moore, Michael Lockley, Clark Bockelman, Adonis Bosso, Baptiste Radufe, and more.
From an interview with Perry Ellis’ Creative Director Michael Maccari I did for AskMen.com, the designer shared that when it came time to design looks for the 2016 collection he looked to destinations such as Tel Aviv for inspiration.
“It was about the idea of beach cities,” he told me for AskMen while in the backstage area at New York Fashion Week: Men’s, as models walked by in leather sandals that helped further indicate that theme. “I thought [Tel Aviv] was a great mash-up of the two because you’ve got skyscrapers and it’s sort of an urban environment, but then you’re on the beach,” Maccari said.
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While over 30 designers and brands presented their Spring / Summer 2016 collections during the inaugural New York Fashion Week: Men’s, men were turning heads off the runway.
In this collection of street style images I took, check out men like Nick Wooster, Colton Haynes, Eric Rutherford and model Adonis Bosso; fellow bloggers and influencers such as Marcel Floruss (OneDapperStreet), Jamal Jackson (StyleSocietyGuy), Adam Gallagher (IAmGalla), Justin Livingston (ScoutSixteen) and Anthony Urbano (ClosetFreaks); and several other stylish and well groomed men I came across this week.
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Parke & Ronen’s Spring 2016 runway show and backstage moments with models Travis Smith, Clark Bockelman, Matt McGue, David Martins, Laurin Krausz, Mitchell Slaggert, Staniel Ferreira, Cashel Barnett, James Smith and more.
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The Billy Reid Spring 2016 collection at New York Fashion Week: Men’s and backstage moments with models such as Michael Lockley, Dominik Sadoch, Baptiste Radufe, Malcom de Ruiter, and more.
For Billy Reid’s collection collection shown at ArtBeam, Reid features hand-knit jacquard sweaters and other knits, wide knee-length shorts, polyester trenches and more loose, relaxed styles in a palette of neutrals. It was a sea of earth tones such as oatmeal, cream, bronze and bone, and a few pieces with blue and black. I interviewed the Alabamian designer for AskMen.com, for which Reid said he and his design team wanted to keep things extremely soft and uncluttered.
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The Nautica Spring 2016 collection at New York Fashion Week: Men’s and backstage moments with models such as Chad White, River Viiperi, twins Jonathan and Kevin Sampaio, and many others. Details to come, but enjoy my photo set below!
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Inspired by Bel-Air and old Hollywood, the Michael Bastian Spring/Summer 2016 collection featured uptown preppy wears in a range of pastels, denim, campy prints and patterns, and suiting separates in blues, blacks and stripes. The casuals included cashmere cardigans, cream shorts, flannel shirts, polo shirts and among the accessories, a fabulous banana leaf camouflage print tote and cheeky slippers by Stubbs and Wootton. The NYFWMs show also marked Bastian’s entry into the women’s wear market.
See more behind the scenes moments from Bastian’s runway show along with collection images below: