Report from New York Men’s Day at New York Fashion Week Men’s
by Emily Burnette
Step into the cool air conditioning to Skylight Studios and follow the dimly lit hallway
Once in the lounge, check out the Amazon Dash pop-up shop, refuel with snacks, and charge your iPhone. Bloggers, stylists and fashionistas alike line the sofas with laptops and cameras, waiting for the shows to start.
Platform 3 is home to Landlord SS17’s presentation, in a neon SoHo hipster-meets-street style. With the DJ crouched down in the middle of the floor, mixing loud punkish sounds, people step cautiously around while models are spaced out all around the outer edges of the walls.
Young boy-like models straight out of Supreme, and off the streets of NYC, are donned in fitted separates, Air Maxes, and vibrant contrasting belts.
The collection says it best: “It takes inspiration from the artworks of artist Isa Genzken, who often draws upon everyday material culture, including design, consumer goods, architecture and urban environments.”
Adventurous color blocking, chillaxed styling, and fun fabrics made Landlord SS17 a winner.
Lots of love,