[NEW YORK CITY.] The adventures at the inaugural season for New York Fashion Week: Men’s began with Public School on Tuesday. At first I wasn’t happy when I heard that both Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow put together a standing presentation instead of showcasing their looks traditionally. Only because I expected innovation from the guys and that’s exactly what they delivered. Once the doors opened up to platform 2 all the attendees walked into a dark lit room with five smaller rooms. Inside each room their models were standing up against the wall mocking a police line-up and that’s when I was completely stunned. The guys came through and pioneered another innovative way to present a collection to the media and I’m grateful to have been there to witness it all.
If only every real line-up was as chic as this then I’d make sure to become a more admissible criminal. The clothes seemed simple yet only a master-mind convicted felon could appreciate the fine details that brought the illusion of simplicity. It takes a lot of skill and talent to display clothes that are loose and long fitting that are still tailored and crisped. Their colour palette kept it easy for spring with classic shades of White, Black and of course Navy. Let’s say that I was playing the victim and had to choose, I’d definitely say it was #7 – Luka: Navy square neck t-shirt with dolman sleeves, grey pullover short sleeve shirt, navy dropped crotch sweatpant. Honestly, I’d welcome every single look into my closet and make an oath to never share so help me God.
Inherit Love, I AM,