All Good Things Come to An End

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New York Fashion Week: Men’s debuted this past Monday and today marks the end of what is expected to be the next big event in American fashion next to New York Fashion Week.

Including today’s final 13 presentations, more than 40 American labels became a part of history by debuting their Spring/Summer 2016 collections at the first NYFWM.

Boyswear S/S 16 collection. Photo courtesy of Spencer Kohn.

Boyswear S/S 16 collection. Photo courtesy of Spencer Kohn.

On Monday, Jackson McKeehan’s Boyswear debuted it S/S 2016 collection, which consisted of graphics, prints, and pop of color. The psychedelic, boyish vibe made an impression on me, but the style might not be for every man.

Nautica S/S 2016 Presentation. Photo courtesy of Mary Altaffer

Nautica S/S 2016 Presentation. Photo courtesy of Mary Altaffer

On the casual side of the spectrum, Nautica debuted swim trunks and shawl collar cardigans for it’s collection.

“To be honest, the last place guys are wearing these shorts are in the water,” said Steve McSween, Nautica’s creative director.

Models pose in front of a police line up for presentation. Photo courtesy of The Observer Twitter account.

Models pose in front of a police line up for presentation. Photo courtesy of The Observer Twitter account.

A personal favorite of mine, Public School had it’s models pose like criminals in a line up. The presentation stayed true to the brand’s bad boy streetwear vibe.

The first NYFWM is coming to an end, but with huge support from the fashion industry, expect it to become a staple event just like NYFW.

Stay classy, mi amigos!

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