N.Y.F.W Highlights | Innovative Directions in Menswear

Krammer & Stoudt Presentation – New York Fashion Week Men’s Fall/Winter 2016. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz (Getty Images).

The New York Fashion Week: Men’s Spring/Summer 2017 have nearly wrapped up, but not without first giving us a distinct idea of where fashion is heading in 2017. Rich wools, ethereal silks, soft cottons, and hats – all kind of hats! The fedora is definitely back, along with art-inspired designs, stripes, prints and (once again) the skillful mixing of androgyny with traditional fare. Here are four of the brands that stand out from the rest of the usual pack:

Krammer & Stoudt

Krammer & Stoudt Presentation – New York Fashion Week Men’s Fall/Winter 2017. Photo: Kris Connor (Getty Images).

Krammer & Stoudt designer Michael Rubin uses his L.A. roots to execute this “Made in New York” collection. Marrying uptown class and precision to L.A. fashion chic has made the brand a go-to label by men in the know. 


Rideau – Presentation – New York Fashion Week: Men’s S/S 2017. Photo: Thomas Concordia (Getty Images).

RIDEAU is the recently debuted brainchild of Dylan Granger, targeting today’s cultured jet-setter through the new explosion of sales on social media and popular retail sites. Featuring mostly cream basics like T-shirts, fleece shorts, tank tops, double-zip hoodies, button-downs, and scene-stealing silk jackets, RIDEAU’s global citizen will always look comfortable and effortless.

Private Policy 

Uri Minkoff


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