Tag Archives: menswear
Paris Warren handled the snow last week with a fur coat thrown over a white shirt with tassels, still stylish despite the weather.
One for the New York Times last week: Jian DeLeon headed out into a snow storm to get to the menswear shows. A baseball cap is actually a great idea for shielding the snow.
Proud to photograph street style during NYFW: Men’s for failing New York Times! Here’s the resulting slideshow. Terrific!
A burst of yellow – and a spring fashion preview in florals and camo – on Bryanboy and Tina Craig aka Bagsnob in Valentino outside the show.
Winter is coming to New York City, but that hasn’t deterred people from biking around town. A man wore a hat, scarf and gloves as he biked through Astor Place one morning.
It’s hard to believe, but we’re already moving into the spring/summer 2017 season in fashion. Last week marked the S/S 2017 menswear shows in NYC, where the guys still dressed well despite the heat. Here’s a whole slideshow of menswear photos I took for the New York Times Styles section for @nytimesfashion on Instagram. Major trends noted on the streets: multiple necklaces and open shirts, as seen on model Luka Sabbat above, chinoiserie and Japanese prints, especially on jackets, shorts suits, kimono dressing, and – wait for it – sandals worn with socks. Never say never!
The couple that dresses together… Congrats to Giovanna Battaglia and Oscar Engelbert, married this past weekend and seen here at Paris fashion week FW2016 in matching sunny yellow. Check out the Instagram hashtag #oscarandgio for a ton of cute photos of their glamorous wedding in Capri.
Gucci again made waves in the fashion industry by announcing they would show both menswear and womenswear with one show starting in 2017. (Let’s hope it falls during women’s fashion week.) Outside the fall 2016 show, Bryanboy sported Alessandro Michele’s boundary-pushing designs for the label. It may be pajama dressing, but it sure looks luxe.
Molto Italiano: a classic menswear look on Fabrizio Oriani of Gentlemen’s Wear Daily outside the Emporio Armani show. And yes, more mustard yellow!
In with a bang: James Goldstein entered the Blugirl show in a sequined leather jacket and his signature snakeskin cowboy hat.
If there is a crowd of teenage girls outside you know who may be inside: Lucky Blue Smith, Instagram phenom and male model of the moment. He exited the show in a look that channeled James Dean via Tommy Hilfiger.
Simone Marchetti wore the new Gucci collection, including the fur-lined loafers that have been so popular this season, to the Emanuel Ungaro show in Paris.
Mix and match: Justin O’Shea combined a conservative three-piece suit with a wild paisley shirt and pale blue tie at the Maison Martin Margiela show.
WWD’s Alex Badia mixed it up with different variations on pinstripes including a pinstriped trench at the Diane von Furstenberg show.
Isn’t it romantic? Fashion power couple Justin O’Shea and Veronika Heilbrunner arrived at the Jason Wu show in New York in all black. They both have great Instagram feeds that detail their travels around the world.