NEW YORK MEN'S DAY
New York Men’s Day took Chelsea by storm today with its array of loose-fitting silhouettes that are bound to be your next closet staple this spring. From monochrome suits to structured blazers, NYMD did not disappoint. Read on to catch exclusive photos on the best looks of the day.
ONYRMRK is a Los Angeles-based menswear brand that elevates masculinity to a new level of self-expression. A partnership between Mark Kim and Rwang Pam, the two take from real-life experiences to cultivate an image personal to their clothing.
With a focus on sustainable manufacturing, ONYRMARK’s SS22 collection “Begin Again” was a beautiful ode to minimalism. Upon arrival to the studio, you are immediately met with a swarm of monochrome looks—blacks, whites, and beiges; because what more do you need in your closet? Chic silhouettes compliment all forms of the human figure, and ONYRMRK is definitely one to watch for your next modest outfit.
SPRING / SUMMER 2022
Surf’s up with STAN, a handmade, self-proclaimed “surfer-couture” who uses textiles as old as 140 years old. Geared towards sustainable manufacturing, STAN is SoCal born-and-raised by surfer and model Tristan Detwiler.
Whether or not you find yourself on the sandy shores of Southern California, the intricate stitching and floral patterns of STAN’s SS22 collection will instantly transport you to your nearest beach. To put it bluntly, there is a touch of home in every piece made by STAN.
SPRING / SUMMER 2022
A refreshing change of pace to the swarming energy of Men’s Day came the blank canvas of William Frederick, a Cleveland-based label geared towards timeless, functional clothing. Their SS22 collection took from nuances of everyday activities to explore personal intimacy in comfortable clothes.
Coupled with models in conversation and candid performance art, natural movement is effortless in William Frederick’s newest collection, comprised as a beautiful homage to introspection.
MINDFUL COMFY TRIP
All the way across the globe is KoH T, a boutique Japanese clothing label with a core focus in sustainability. Their SS22 collection is influenced by lead designer Taisuke Kohji’s trips around the world, taking inspiration from natural landscapes to minimalist pottery.
With hand-dyed pieces reflected in structured, tailored outfits and mellow tones of greens and blues, KoH T styled their ready-to-wear pieces with clean flip flops to let the rest of your body breathe.