Women aren’t the only ones that get to reap the sartorial rewards that fashion week has to offer. Despite not being as frequently ooo and ahh’d about, men’s wear makes a valiant appearance at New York Fall 2012 fashion week. Here’s a recap of my favorites:
Dolce and Gabbana‘s Fall 2012 show was nothing to shake a perfectly tailored cape at. With throw backs to a Victorian era: impeccable fit, touches of velvet, double breasted jackets and classic silhouettes were no stranger to the *manway.
Burberry Prorsum is almost synonymous with trench coat and Christopher Bailey stuck to his guns this season. If you’re a fan of depressed colors like me, than you’ll thoroughly enjoy what Bailey did for this fashion week. Structured masculine jackets are always a staple in any Burberry collection and this season was no different.
Black has always been and will probably always be the new black for Rick Owens. It’s because of his ability to make you look like you’re hiding more than your goodies in you crotch and it be okay that I love him. This fall he especially channeled the emo depressed alien and I couldn’t have asked for anything more. That’s all for now, folks.
* Manway – used in replacement of runway when walked by male models.