The Most Famous Trends At New York Fashion Week Men’s 2018

This year, New York Fashion Week Men’s 2018 took place from 9th to 11th July. While most of the big names of Calvin Klein, Tom Ford, Dyne and others were missing, the fashion week still hung on with the schedule full with independent designers like David Hart and Willy Chavarria.

Every show at the New York Fashion Week Men’s 2018 had much-varied themes pertaining to the artistry of their designers. From swimwear by Parke & Ronen to Jhankoy’s costumes of traditional craftsmen to Abasi Rosborough’s couture inspired by culture and tribes of deserts, every collection and show seemed to be a world of its own, where the designers set the stage perfectly along with the models.

Bucket Hats For The Tourists

Todd Synder’s show was filled with many quirky outfits, showing a young persona to his “The American Tourists”. His collection had Hawaiian prints, bomber jackets, sweatshirts, and most of all bucket hats in the list.

Victor Li Men’s Spring 2019

Bucket Hats again made an appearance at Victor Li Men’s show, worn by many models.

Bomber Jackets To Scare The Cold Away

Nick Graham Men’s Spring 2019

Bomber Jackets made the appearances in the shows of Nick Graham, Todd Synder, Ricardo Sico. Jackets overlayered on T-shirts and dress shirts or draped loosely were seen. Though, the metallic colored shiny jackets by Nick were definitely the show stealer.

Shorts Are The New Pants

Romeo Hunte Men’s Spring 2019

Whether it was Ricardo’s Olympics inspired showcase or  Romeo Hunte’s water sports suit, shorts seemed to be everywhere in the New York Fashion Week Men’s 2018. Looks like they are going to be the most hit and trending pants in 2019.

White is Always Right

Kenneth Nicholson Men’s Spring 2019

Keneth Nicholson had the first chapter of his assortment dedicated to white color, which according to the designer portrayed sadness. Cotton long sleeved shirts with high waisted pants seem to be a very much suitable outfit to don on a pleasant evening.

High wasted cropped and flared pants with fitted sweatshirts and T-shirts -all in white- were the best pieces from Head of State’s show.

Which trend do you like the best? Share with us in the comments!

Hunia Yousuf is a medical (MBBS) student and a psychiatry aspirant. She is a self proclaimed extroverted-introvert. While casually reading (more like breathing) fiction, she learnt to generate characters of her own and weave them into a plot for her own pleasure.

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