The upcoming 2(X)IST S/S16 Collection made its stunning debut at Manhattan's Skylight Modern.
Marco Morante wasn't kidding when he said Part 2 of Marco Marco F*KN SIRIUS: Collection Four would be a very different show than the one in New York. The second part of the show took place last night in California as part of LA Style Fashion Week.
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"Growing up in NYC, playing ball and being fly were the most important things to me and my peers. We all wanted to be in the NBA and dress the best. I wanted to combine the two as a tribute to our childhood."
These fall/winter trends for men are inspired by rugged nostalgia, with an emphasis on craftsmanship, utilitarian details, and traditional menswear.
If there's one entrepreneur who has somehow managed to navigate his career in such a way that he's always directing the marketing and branding initiatives of brands that are pioneers within their verticals, it is Randy Brandoff.
Why menswear? I get this question all the time, as if people are shocked that I prefer working with varsity jackets over wrap dresses. My fascination with menswear began in my teens.
As gender fluidity has become increasingly visible on runways, men's fashion seems to have become more relaxed and even playful: At New York men's fashion week, Orley showed crop tops for men, and Coach introduced fuzzy shower slides.
It's no secret that Paris produces some of the world's best fashion, but we're just as impressed with the looks spotted on the streets in the City of Light.
The main point I think so many men need to take away from this, is that yes, experimentation is part of fashion. However, finding your own personal style never goes out of style.
Dad Bods aren't a new trend, at least not with the always-ahead-of-the-curve Gays. Gay men have been celebrating their stout brethren for decades, declaring definitively that Fat + Hairy ≠ Undateable. They're called Bears, and I want to officially welcome you to the party!
I spend a lot of time in guys' closets, and let me tell you, I've seen it all. From paint cans and bikes to ladies' underwear, closets can easily become a catch-all for all the stuff we don't have the time or energy to deal with.
Although there are countless runways of glamorous men's fashion trends for spring, don't expect millennial men to invest in the edgiest outfit or trendiest look.
Updating your style can include anything from a complete wardrobe and grooming overhaul to simply adding a handful of outfits to your closet. It all depends on your particular needs.
Men love to strike bold poses. Pants constrict that. That time Angelina Jolie stuck her leg out of her dress, like a kickstand, I said, "Wow, there's someone in charge." I'd be a more effective leader if I could confidently pop my legs two feet apart to begin a business meeting.
I wrote a piece a while back on how to look irresistible to women, and now I'm sharing my list for what not to do. You know the obvious don'ts, like pleated pants, clipping your phone onto your belt, skinny jeans, and boxy suits, right?