New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

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New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Monday started with a collection from Perry Ellis, emphasizing a combination of suits with active sportswear. This included suits with matching reflective vests, mesh track jackets and jogger pants.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Another designer displayed, David Hart, also used suit jackets in his collection together with shorts and that resonated a beach-going mindset.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

David Naman, a name working to mimic it's success from around the world in the U.S. market, presented a collection featuring mainly commercial pieces with bomber jackets and skinny utility trousers.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Maiden Noir's brought inspiration from the painting style of Georgia O'Keefe. This color palette of primarily pink, dark green and blue is over a style reminiscent of military workwear through the 1940's and 50's.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

This trend of using painted artwork to inspire is also seen in Plac's 2017 collection, this time deriving from the late David Hockney, in tern bringing a feeling reminiscent of the late 1960's.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Designer Max-n-Chester's collection consists of Japanese linens and cotton, displaying a freedom globally to dress that conveys a peaceful atmosphere.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Julian Woodhouse's collection saw a multitude of different concepts makeup a strong showing, featuring looks that exemplified a skater boy, hipster mold. This brought together looks that seem to be both futuristic and of the 1980's using activewear apparel.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Robert James suit and leather jackets in many of his displays, a lot consisting of a classy dress shirt and tie set up while varying into pinstripe shorts and even white cheetah-print suit pants.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

With the concept of "bringing West coast to the East," Chapter turns this idea on it's head. This ascetic was brought about using wide-legged dress pants in conjunction with bowling shirts, mesh tanks, wallet chains, chain necklaces, ankle braces and other metallic accessories.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Uri Minkoff, while displaying mostly tailored designs with a blue palette, stole the show by once again teaming up with performance duo Gerard & Kelly to bring a lively version of the traditional runway experience.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Krammer & Stoudt also presented a mostly-tailored design, but with more of a far eastern flavor. Many of the models wore open-toed sandals incorporated with casual and business attire.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Private Policy brought one of the more unique collections to their runway show Monday, showing models wearing "biohazard" pants and sweatshirts. Some adorned chains across their chests and black boxes painted in the center of their faces. The focus of this collection stems from the treatment of fishermen in the South Asia fishing industry, in which their effort has been compared to slave labor.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Rounding out the first day of New York Fashion Week: Men's is Rideau, highlighting the easy-going beach culture of Malibu, California. Circular-lensed sunglasses compliment this style together with shorts and jackets ranging from leather to brightly colored suits.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

One designer showcasing his Spring/Summer 2017 collection on Tuesday was Tim Coppens, deriving many ideas from his former skateboarding days as a youth growing up in Antwerp, Belgium. Walking the runway to the music of London-based musician Jamie xx, models displayed shirts and jackets open at the chest, symbolizing having been out all night, as well as screen-printed shirts, neon cords used as chokers atop drawstring outerwear, 90's sportswear-inspired color blocking and quilted vests sewn into dress coats to envelope a layered, urban look.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Gypsy Sport showcased some of their newest styles, bringing an unparalleled level of uniqueness to the runway between the wear and background as a whole.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Garciavelez devoted his collection to the theme of the world's infrastructure having a inevitable expiration date, showing a lot of open-toed sandals with casual zip-up sweatshirts and sleeveless shirts.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Depicting the inspiration of "sea dwellers, N. Hollywood brings a very diverse collection to NYFWM. Some wearing beach shoes, sandals and heavy mesh jackets while others adorned coats reaching down to their ankles.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

EFM, and specifically Donrad Duncan, focused on the comfort and freedom of the warm summer season: sportswear with a common theme being a black band around each models neck.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Cadet  came sporting a style brought from the total fashion, art and architecture of Italy, a common theme being tucked-in shirts to short and black belts.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Robert Geller Spring-Summer 2017 New York Fashion Week Men's

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fully Underway

Ovadia & Sons' array of pieces shown includes varsity jackets with knee-cut jeans, gold suit jackets and clean black dress shoes is described as "a little hippie, a little rasta" and certainly fits the bill.

New York Fashion Week: Men’s is fully underway in New York this week, spanning from July 11-14th.

Check out some of the highlights from the first two days!

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