Behind the Scenes at New York Men’s Fashion Week Fall 2018

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Go Backstage at New York Men’s Fashion Week Fall 2018

It’s that time of year again, when we begin dreaming of the cooler temps and a wardrobe to go with it. We want to help you get into that headspace by highlighting all the best menswear seen at the New York Fall 2018 men’s shows.

 

 

Luar

 
Up and coming designer, Luar titled his show “Feminine Destruction” (referencing a transgender ballroom dancer) establishing his brand as a creative, multi-faceted contemporary label that seeks to blurs all gender lines. Meanwhile, Mexican artist, Barbara Sanchez-Kane pushed the envelope with an interpretive performance and ultra-risque fashion show inspired by catholic school uniforms and fetishism.

 

Sanchez-Kane

 

Chen Peng

 
And showing as part of China Day is Chinese designer, Chen Peng, who brought 90s style to a whole new level with puffer coats that morphed into baby bonnets.  Another Chinese designer, Feng Chen Wang couldn’t be overlooked this season with the oversized household novelty items, extreme piles of deconstructed shirting, and “The Way Home” sneakers, a fresh collab with Air Jordan 1 that signified the end of a long day’s journey.

 

Feng Chen Wang

 

John Varvatos

 
John Varvatos focused on what he does best, his romantic rebel style that highlights the softer side of masculinity. Todd Snyder channeled Ivy League style like a champ, bringing back prep school sweaters and collegiate varsity. Another newcomer, LA based C2H4 mixed elements of futurism and streetwear to create a fresh new street-savvy style.

 

C2H4

 

Todd Snyder

 

Tom Ford


Tom Ford, who stayed true to his luxe signature style with a more casual, streetwear infused collection, debuted a new super sexy line of silk boxers.

 
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