New York Fashion Week (Men's) marks the end of the ‘big four’ for FW18. Cleverly culminating just before the start of the fall winter shows for women, it’s a jam packed three-days of presentations, catwalks and parties, with lots of standout styles, looks and trends.
So, what stood out for me at the annual event? Plaid was a notable trend in all its forms and guises.
With great difficulty, I managed to narrow down my favourite plaid looks to EFM Engineered for Motion’s suits in British heritage plaid; the wide plaid suits by Todd Snyder; a sort of painted plaid graphic from Takuya Morikawa’s label Taakk – which was presenting at NYFW for the first time this year, and finally, for its sheer sensuality and creativity, the triangle plaid skirt suit at Sanchez Kane.
Ovadia & Sons included embroidered and patchwork denim looks as part of their punk Americana collection, and the deconstructed denim pieces by Taakk were also interestingly unique.
Ovadia & Sons