DAVID NAMAN with the dressy, casual cool vibes. Beautifully crafted suits paired with sneakers, blazers paired with jeans, and button ups paired with slacks. The details of the patchwork denim to the details on the pockets of jackets were magnificent. A floral, peach bomber jacket even made an appearance as did a suit with shorts. Perfect balance between dressy and relaxed.
WOOD HOUSE puts a modern twist to the 70’s vibe. There was a solid navy matching set of cropped flared trousers with a zipper going down the middle of each pant leg. A light grey and white stripped matching jacket and wide legged pants paired with a straw fedora really captured the boho vibe. The printed details of this collection with the printed tops and large buttons are incredible. The looks were complete with hats, sunglasses, and sandals to give you that summery vibe.
PLAC gives you that casual cool street vibe with printed tops, matching the backdrop of the presentation. This contemporary clothing line featured basic wear with unique, innovative twists to each look. There were bomber jackets, long trench coats, and blazers. Plac’s wearable line lived up to it’s expectations targeting those with a strong fashion sense.
Max n’ Chester
MAX N’ CHESTER gives you the lightweight, most authentic fabric perfect for the summer weather. The color palette of whites, cream, light blue, and navy were featured in blazers, tunics, wide leg pants, and shorts. There was a matching set of a light blue thin stripped blazer and fitted trousers. There was a pop of floral print on a button down shirt paired with a navy blazer. All the looks were complete with canvas slip-ons. This collection is perfect for the summer getaway with its deconstructed tailoring.
The DAVID HART presentation made you feel ready for the beach with Hawaiian prints and button downs with palm trees on them. The show featured a wooden walkway all the models walked down to show off this confident yet approachable collection. There was a graphic shirt with DAVID HART graffitied on it. There were suits paired with Hawaiian shirts. There was even a tribal printed suit with a leaf brooch. All the looks were complete with canvas slip-ons and sandals to finish off the beach vibe.
MAIDEN NOIR’S presentation was filled with greens, khakis, pinks, and blues. The perfect balance between sport and street for a man looking for athleisure. There was a dark green track suit with a khaki trench coat. Jackets with two oversized pockets in the front showing in light pink, khaki,olive green, and even a plaid navy blue. There was a bit of a safari vibe with the mixes of khaki and olive greens. Each look was finished off with a pair of chucks to compliment the relaxed silhouettes of Maiden Noir.
Suitsupply did not disappoint with it’s unique opening. The men in their suits and ties strolled down the streets of soho on bicycles for their entrance. Suitsupply is known for combining craftsmanship with flair and this collection did just that. The impeccable tailoring and high quality of fabric combined makes for a contemporary style of suit. The suits ranged from solids to plaids and blazers to vests. The looks were complete with bowties, ties, and pocket squares.
Words: Julie Green