Five Menswear Shows We Loved At New York Fashion Week Jul 16, 2017 by Alex (Day Styles)

It is that time of the year again when everyone is buzzing about New York Fashion Week. The shows started on July 10th, 2017, and this is one big gala event which is all about what is hot and trending in the world of fashion and style. While women's clothes are always front and center, this is also a time when men can refine their sartorial sense. Here are the five most exciting menswear shows that we saw at New York Fashion Week this year.

Bristol (New York Men's Day) Show


Bristol, one of the major designer clothing labels from Los Angeles, made one of the grand entrances for this year's Fashion Week. This was the opportunity for men to check out the Fall Collection for this autumn. Designers Luke Tadashi and Tommy Nowels are again rolling out their ensemble, which combines, quirkily, urban street fashion with basketball clothing to fantastic effect. The spread included satin flight suits, borg-collared bomber jackets, and more attractions.

David Hart (New York Men's Day) Show


David Hart had come up with an exciting and most exotic collection of styles lined up for spring and summer last year. This year, he again, revealed his trademark blending of post-modern and urban designs with a generous touch of delicious old school nostalgia. So, we loved to see entire aisles full of stylish and sleek coats and blazers that might belong to the 70s but still feel unmistakable in vogue for today's busy times.

Krammer & Stoudt (New York Men's Day) Show


Krammer & Stoudt had also come up with an extremely intriguing collection for autumn in 2017. Their inspiration had been one of the almost forgotten urban styles for youngsters from the decade of the 1980s. If you know about the drag rats, you would know that youngsters in the cold streets of America were used to wearing loosely cut jackets and coats with faded mufflers and brown berets. It is the drag rats that this designer label had set out to recreate.

Wood House (New York Men's Day) Show

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Founded by designer Julian Woodhouse, the label Wood House had also come up with another dazzling series of style ideas for Fall 2017. The label is known for experimenting with small touches in otherwise ordinary designs. So, the brief for men during autumn consists of sweatshirts, jackets, and parkas with quirky additions like drawstrings, designs and patch pockets. These trendy touches will make the Wood House collection really worth looking out for once it hits the shelves.

Daniel Hechter Paris (New York Men's Day) Show

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The Paris-based menswear designer is making another grand entrance this year. Expect state-of-the-art and category defying designs in the field of jackets and coats that look truly drool-worthy. This is also a display where you can come across other stylists and look for something that really suits your needs and requirements. So, check out this show among the others and you will be in for a really grand time.



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