From Our View: NYFWM SS16 Part IV
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Each day during Fashion Month, we’re bringing you exclusive images on our Instagram of your favorite brands (and soon-to-be obsessions), straight from the front of the runway. Can’t keep up? That’s cool too, because we’re also re-capping our favorite shows here online. Ready, set, follow us at @essentialhomme, and lez go! The last of New York Fashion Week: Men’s.
Perry Ellis redefined suits and created a totally laid-back tailored looks.
Experimenting with drastic proportions and cuts, Siki Im added an avant-garde tone to fundamentally retro pieces.
Mix and matching patterns and fabrics, Lucio Castro created a curiously colloquial and easygoing line with a dab of the ethnic vibe.
The modern cowboys made an appearance on J. Lindeberg’s runway in suede jackets and fringed designs.
Parke and Ronen
The ’70s made a comeback as Parke and Ronen introduced flower power and psychedelia to high-end swimsuits.
Polo Ralph Lauren
Polo Ralph Lauren did what they do best–bringing the classic American cool to everything from polished suits to jean jackets and flannels.