New York Fashion Week: Men’s SS18

Descendants of Thieves Men’s Spring 2018

New York Fashion Week: Men’s is back once again, this time celebrating it’s third year anniversary. You heard me right 3 years, 5 seasons of the top Menswear brands new and old showcasing their latest collections for the upcoming season and this year wasn’t any different.

Christopher Lowman SS18

After being absent for the FW18 season it was only right that I attend the SS18 season and enjoy every bit of it. This was my 3rd season at New York Fashion Week Men’s by far the most exciting. From meeting new people and catching up with old blogger friends at the various shows.

R.Swiader SS18

This year I decided to kick off the season by attending the New York Men’s Day shows. For those of you who never heard of NYMD, it’s where twelve (12) emerging menswear designers showcase your latest collections for the season. It’s similar to NYFWM but instead of being different shows at multiple locations, NYMD is held under one roof. Within the space of two two hour time-slots 12 designers present simultaneously at Dune Studio . This season  Bristol, David Hart, Krammer & Stoudt, Maiden Noir, Private Policy, R.Swiader, and Wood House returned as the veterans while, the new boys on the block Daniel Hechter Paris, Descendant of Thieves, HEAD OF STATE+, Heliot Emil, and Life in Perfect Disorder tried to steal the show.


Project who is  joined up with the Agent R team with also be doing a presentation while we sip on some drinks at their lounge area.







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