Brrr! It just got really chilly this past weekend, so you might find yourself thinking of getting a new jacket for winter (or gifting one to someone this holiday). From a cozy neoprene bomber to a durable ski jacket that can be worn beyond the slopes, find a style for every style and winter climate below: Read the rest of this entry
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.
More details and the full photo set below: Read the rest of this entry
Home to over 250 menswear brands ranging from carrying contemporary to heritage to athletic clothing, East Dane is a great online destination to shop new styles from favorite brands and discover new ones. However, going through them all can be tedious. To help, I’ve picked out 10 of my favorites to browse and shop this season: Read the rest of this entry
More backstage and collection photos from Billy Reid Fall/Winter 2015 below: Read the rest of this entry
Fall is a great time to layer, and a simple way to do for a casual look is with a denim jacket and statement accessories. This fall has already been such a crazy time for me that I haven’t been posting as much as I usually do–sorry! Just got back from traveling Europe (so excited to share about that soon) and am now in Vancouver. Have had to keep styles rather casual so thought would be a good time to post about that.
For his upcoming spring collection Billy Reid presented with a runway show at the Refectory in the Highline Hotel, New York once again. I got a chance to be backstage, but first, the clothes.
The spring 2015 collection is said to be built from the concept of easing silhouettes and softening the structure and fabrics of the garments to create a modern, urban take on unstructured soft dressing. This resulted in comfortable outfits with light tailoring for a relaxed-chic looks as show by the above. Patterns played a role of course, as did oversized T-shirts, airy outwear, and long shorts and cropped pants paired tassel loafers, Espadrilles, K-SWISS leather sneakers or other footwear.
I’ll be sharing my favorites from the collection once NYFW wraps up, but in the meantime here’s my photo diary of being backstage at Billy Reid spring 2015. My favorite photo has to be the model selfie I stumbled upon when they were getting ready to rehearse, and possibly also Billy cooling off the models before the show by pressing iced cold cans on their necks. See those, grooming, dressing and more moments below: Read the rest of this entry
Everyone from American Eagle to Gucci has featured florals in their menswear lines, and the print has evolved beyond Hawaiian patterns. For AskMen, I’ve put together a guide on how to pull off the floral print trend this spring and summer season. Here are the five outfits I styled:
Shirt: Kenneth Cole, Shorts: J.Crew, Shoes: Lacoste
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I couldn’t help but notice all the different trends that were present among the fall/winter 2014 collections, especially the ones you can use now as we close out winter and enter into spring. My favorite looks for each below:
Color Blocked Styling
Fashion Week has come to end, and I just have a couple more round up assignments to put together as I—and the rest of the North East—prepares for yet another snow storm this weekend. To get your spirits up a bit in case this snowy week has got you down, I got a chance to shoot backstage before Billy Reid’s presentation for his fall/winer 2014 collection—which featured a lot earth tones on handsome outerwear of various patterns and fabrics (a lot of fur), fitted suits and casual knits.
Check out the male models as they got ready for the show: