New York Fashion Week: Men’s

Hey guys! How’s it going? I know I’m a little late with the recap, but better late than never. I would like to start off by saying, this has been my favorite season of NYFWM in the 3 years I’ve attended. Even though I missed some events due to fatigue, I met some really cool people and made some cool friends along the way.

As we know by now, New York Fashion Week: Men’s closes out the F/W season of Men’s Fashion week and the precursor to the women’s season. Unlike last season where I opted out for a more warmer weather, I was back to enjoy the latest collections from the top designers in the field.


We kicked off Day 1. by attending New York Men’s Day at Dunes Studio. Like I explained last season, NYMD is a collection of 12 designers who showcase their collections at two time slots.


Head of State


After SuitSupply, we made our way to Skylight Modern where Project hosted their designer collections, featuring four of the best menswear brands.

Project Studios Presents: Michael Bastian

M. Singer



To end the day, we headed back to Dunes Studio for part 2 of NYMD where the other 6 designers showcased their collections.

Life in Perfect Disorder.

Met Trinidad James, a fellow Trini at the Private Policy show.


Chilled with a couple cool guys at the Lab Series Lounge.

Maiden Noir

Quick Look of my outfit for Day 1

Once again I truly appreciate you for following along and taking the time out to read my post. Look out for more posts coming soon as we continue on this journey together. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, where you can let me know what you want to see more of this year.

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