For its upcoming fall/winter line, Perry Ellis continues to add more contemporary styles to its line of traditional work and classic day wear. The brand will be introducing mixed-media pieces that feature faux suede detailing and active-wear vests and sweaters joining the collection of layering essentials such as cardigans, pull over sweaters, denim, slim pants, shirt jackets and more:
See the rest of the collection below:
Lacoste is synonymous with its classic polo, sure, but after taking a peek at the upcoming fall and winter collections from its Lacoste Golf, Golf Mountain and Lacoste L!VE lines, you see how the brand continues to add more modernize styles. Highlights for me include the various mixed-media footwear and tops, like a Lacoste L!VE leather armed baseball sweatshirt (below), color blocked polos and tees, sport-chic timepieces, and patterns that include camo, wavy stripes and geometric prints on sweaters and polos. Get a taste of the upcoming collections below:
Seeing Coach men’s fall 2014 collection today seemed very appropriate with the unwanted shift back to the cold weather—get it together spring! With Coach continuing to make its transition into a full lifestyle brand, the fall season will introduce its full men’s footwear collection. For fall, this will include monk strapped shoes, suede boots with a wrap around strap (below), leather sneakers and more.
The rest of the collection features color blocked accessories and bags, houndstooth patterned leather goods, mixed-media bags, colorful leather drawstring bags and winter jackets of sherpa, leather and flannel. Get a taste of the collection below: Read the rest of this entry
Looking over the presentations from New York Fashion Week, I couldn’t help but notice the proliferation of furry-faced models. Back in September I noticed an increase in more bearded models following fashion weeks aborad, and the trend shows no sign of abating.
Below, check out bearded gents who walked the runway for Mr Turk, Black Sail by Nautica, Michael Bastian and Billy Reid, and see the full set I collected together on Logo TV’s NewNowNext:
Shooting street style for Out and Latina magazines this fashion week fall/winter 2014 season, I couldn’t stop snapping all the different styles I spotted across New York. Along with some dapper and luxe menswear, I also came across several men who’ve mastered casual styling perfectly.
Below see Eugene Tong of Details, John Jannuzzi of GQ, Gregory DelliCarpini Jr. of Billboard, models Fernando Cabral and Miles McMillian, fellow men’s style bloggers Justin Livingston (Scout Sixteen), Anthony Urbano (Closet Freaks) and Josh Johnson (The Kentucky Gent), and several other stylish men:
Shooting street style for Out and Latina magazines this fashion week fall/winter 2014 season, I couldn’t stop snapping all the different styles I spotted across New York. Along with some dapper menswear, I also came across several fashionistos who brought the chic and fur this season:
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:
Known for fun printed swimwear and use of bold colors, Mr Turk’s fall/winter 2014 collection has given a fresh Californian take on traditional preppy menswear. “Our inspiration for Mr Turk is always this sociable guy, someone who wants to go out. Whether it’s to a cocktail party or our to brunch, not someone who likes to stay at home,” says Creative Director Jonathan Skow at the presentation during New York Fashion Week.
Photos by Andrew Villagomez
Bold clashing of patterns like paisley, ombre dot, plaid, horizon and vertical stripes, and houndstooth are seen among blazers, cardigans, trousers, vests and the rest of the clothes for the luxury collegiate-meets-newspaper boy styles. See the full looks below:
Showing his fall/winter 2014 collection at the inaugural New York Men’s Day, designer David Hart told me his influence for the collection came from the late-fifties/early-sixties sci-fi show The Twilight Zone, and classic black and white television as a new medium back in it was entering its heyday.
Writing for a post on Details.com, we saw fitted tuxedos and suit jackets made of materials ranging from English silk to guncheck wool, as well as turtlenecks worn under jackets and round cracked eyewear (a nod to the perennial favorite episode “Time Enough at Last“).