Saturday, 18 July 2015

New York Fashion Week SS2016: Men`s. Day 2.

My look for New York Fashion Week: Men`s. Day 2 was pretty simple with some vintage vibes... Oversized polo in indigo stripes, Club Monaco Single Pleated Sorts in black/white sparkles and Club Monaco braided leather belt and White leather classic Converse shoes.

Mykola Hruts Fashion Blogger New York Fashion Week

I visited plenty events and going to share my exclusive look at some of them. And I finally took my camera with me and did some professional pictures. Enjoy!

Asaf Ganot Men’s RTW Spring 2016

My favorite show of the day! In Ganot’s world, that man has an affinity for leather and suede. He presented leather that ranged from an electric blue moto style to a white biker option with a charcoal lapel. Suede shoes with drawstrings were highlights.
Tailored options included tuxedo suits with leather-trimmed lapels and a paper crinkle blazer and shorts with frayed edges. Source

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Asaf Ganot by Mykola HrutsAsaf Ganot by Mykola Hruts
Asaf Ganot by Mykola HrutsAsaf Ganot by Mykola Hruts
Asaf Ganot by Mykola Hruts
Asaf Ganot by Mykola HrutsAsaf Ganot by Mykola Hruts

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Greg Lauren Spring 2016 Menswear

When some creative director told me that Greg is Ralph Lauren nephew I got double exited about his show and in the same time I started to compere them. Obviously you can find Ralp influence in his pieces but in general collection looks really original. New developments this season included extra-long shirts, apron jackets, and new custom-distressed shoes, bags, and hats. But some of Lauren's simpler propositions were the most appealing. For example, his "athletes" walked the runway as a team wearing soft fleece joggers, beat-up sneakers, and waffle-knit thermals in cozy shades of cream and gray. "I think athletes are the new military in terms of style," he said. "They're a huge part of our world today." Amar'e Stoudemire was in the front row, but Lauren wasn't thinking basketball—his athletes were a "hybrid" between rugby and soccer players. 

Later in the show, Lauren took a break from his "artistic nomads" to show a twist on eveningwear: a three-piece suit made of rumpled vintage linen. He proposed men wear it to summer beach weddings in lieu of starchy shirts and trousers. Even the guys who aren't quite ready for Lauren's blanket coats and patchwork pants could surely get behind that idea. Source

Greg Lauren Spring 2016 Menswear by Mykola HrutsGreg Lauren Spring 2016 Menswear by Mykola Hruts
Greg Lauren Spring 2016 Menswear by Mykola HrutsGreg Lauren Spring 2016 Menswear by Mykola Hruts
Greg Lauren Spring 2016 Menswear by Mykola HrutsGreg Lauren Spring 2016 Menswear by Mykola Hruts
Greg Lauren Spring 2016 Menswear by Mykola HrutsGreg Lauren Spring 2016 Menswear by Mykola HrutsGreg Lauren Spring 2016 Menswear by Mykola Hruts

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Tim Coppens Spring 2016 Menswear

Last season found Tim Coppens in a relatively somber and straitlaced mood. This time out, Coppens loosened up. Way up. You wouldn't necessarily call Coppens' latest a "frothy" collection—the tone was, per usual for him, a touch astringent for that—but as he conjured the look and attitude of aimless youth hanging out poolside, Coppens did offer up more than a little joie de vivre. Much of the credit went to his color palette here, with its electric jolts of yellow, coral, and an especially nice not-quite-aqueous blue. There was also a certain loopy appeal to Coppens' marbled jacquards and globular raised prints—novelty looks that somewhat overshadowed items of a more durable excellence, such as the navy track pants in supersoft washed suede, or the buttery brown leather pullover shaped, more or less, like an old-school Patagonia fleece. That leather "fleece" clued you in to the collection's debt to mid-1990s style. But there was no doubt about that anyway, given Coppens' entirely proper emphasis on his terrific, new skater-y pant, a baggy, slightly cropped silhouette cinched at the waist with a drawstring. Guys will snap up that style—and, speaking for the fairer sex, for whom Coppens began designing last season—so will girls. Ladies like to loiter poolside, too. Source




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Alexandre Plokhov Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Or I'm to much pro-Ukrainian or I was overvelemed by all that buzz around this show. But I didn't like it at all. Medieval warrior monks might not be everybody’s inspiration, but in Alexandre Plokhov’s universe, they fit right in. “My collection is based on a book I read, ‘The Mongoliad’ by Neal Stephenson. It’s about warrior monks and how each clan is separated by color,” the designer said. Source



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