Fashion

Todd Snyder

February 10, 2017

“I took varsity, military and prep, put it all in a blender and this is what came out,” Todd Snyder told reporters backstage during his blockbuster fall show. Snyder is one of the leading menswear designers on the New York…

Ralph Lauren Fall 2017 Review

February 9, 2017

This season marked the return of Ralph Lauren menswear to New York Fashion Week amidst big changes at the company. Stefan Larsson, the first CEO of the Ralph Lauren empire who wasn’t Ralph himself, recently departed after spending two years…

Perry Ellis Fall 2017 Review

February 8, 2017

Perry Ellis was a fashion designer who left behind a profound legacy that would stand for excellence in American fashion and influence in the company of other greats like Marc Jacobs to Tom Ford. The brand has changed considerably since…

Zachary Prell

Dark, brooding colors and plush materials were omnipresent at Zachary Prell’s Fall 2017 presentation held in an open space at Skylight Clarkson Studios in lower Manhattan. The mood was vibrant with pulsing music, but the clothes were somber. Stoic models…

Jeffrey Rüdes Fall 2017 Review

February 6, 2017

Jeffrey Rüdes knows how to throw a party. Though he had already showed his latest collection in Paris more than a week prior, an early evening event in his Soho store with racks of gorgeous clothes and unlimited glasses of…

TODD SNYDER FALL 17 SHOW

Todd Snyder showed us what the Future of fashion will look like this Fall for men. He introduced autumnal tones, while weaving in bright colors reminiscent of a ski weekend in Aspen in the 1990s. Go behind the scenes with…

Brett Johnson

February 5, 2017

Part showroom, part art gallery, part meeting space for the creative set, Cadillac House in Manhattan’s tony Soho neighborhood provided the airy space for Brett Johnson’s Fall 2017 presentation. This outing marked Johnson’s third time participating at New York Fashion…

The State of the Fashion Party

February 2, 2017

The contemporary fashion party is in flux with no small thanks to technological advancements. If Studio 54-era New York City was defined by shots of glistening, Halston-clad members of the perpetual party circuit dancing into the wee hours, the modern…

Nick Graham

February 1, 2017

For people of a certain age (mine specifically, but Millenials in general), there are a few cultural touchstones for which they hold an almost otherworldly sense of reverence, touchstones that manage to stir up comfortable memories of the 90s’ comparative…

Samuelsohn Fall 2017 Review

January 31, 2017

Beneath the commanding glass-and-concrete facade of The Standard High Line hotel, the ice rink usually reserved for cold weather fun was adopted for an altogether different purpose. Nearly two dozen models stood in formation gliding over the frozen surface scratched…