Menswear’s Tailored Touches – NYFW:Men’s SS19

Tailored touches abound for guys this upcoming Spring/Summer 2019, as evidenced by designers showing during the recent CFDA New York Fashion Week: Men’s and New York Men’s Day earlier this month. Find a few of FW’s favorites featured here:

Carlos Campos combined architectural lines with clean tailoring, a bold palette and Reebok sneaks. Vanessa Zhang Fashion Incubator also used color blocking to a tailored advantage, accented with coordinating colorful bags. David Hart took men back to the ’70s, with ruffled shirts, bow ties and brocade jackets, not only inspired by Watergate days but the sumptuous Italian fabrics of Albini. Krammer and Stoudt, always pushing the envelope, found menswear balanced between Tokyo and tailoring, inspired by designer Mike Rubin’s first-ever travel to Japan earlier this year.

CFDA’s New York Fashion Week: Men’s

Carlos Campos bold color block

CFDA’s New York Fashion Week: Men’s

Carlos Campos tailored sleek

In the bag and color blocked at Vanessa Zhang SS19

David Hart’s Watergate daze

David Hart’s Watergate daze

“Eight Days in Japan,” Krammer & Stoudt’s tailored Brooklyn street dance. Photo: Deidre Schoo

“Eight Days in Japan,” Krammer & Stoudt’s tailored Brooklyn street dance. Photo: Deidre Schoo

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