13 Favorite Men's Looks From New York Fashion Week

by Andrew Villagomez

EDGE Media Network Contributor

Wednesday September 15, 2021

Curated by Andrew Villagomez. Words by Matthew Wexler.

The dust has settled on New York Fashion Week, and celebrities have momentarily retreated into hiding after a spectacular return of the Met Gala. Not to worry if you were overwhelmed by the multitude of gorgeous men on the runway. Here are 13 of our favorite men's fashion moments from New York Fashion Week. Of course, wearing the binary is so 20th century, so consider wearing any of these designs (if you can afford them) regardless of gender.

Prabal Gurung's "American Girl" show also exhibited exquisite tailoring, such as this Black Warp printed floral suit paired with a Prismatic floral eco-tulle tank.

Who needs a glass slipper when you can wear a hot pink clog? Eckhaus Latta (Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta) told Vogue the collection was about "really feeling yourself, coming out of the past year-and-a-half and wanting to feel sexy and confident and free."

Pleats, drop waist, low crotch and dragging hemline may be the new business casual if we follow Luar's lead.

Is it possible to be in love with an entire collection? We fell hard for everything in Teddy Vonranson's latest, called "Elusive Paradise," but mostly for his unapologetic mix of stripes and florals.

Monse Resort reimagined late 50s beatnik with a skin-hugging mock black turtleneck and double-stitched elastic waistband pants with a hefty wallet chain accent.

Tom Ford stuck to slinky metallics for his latest collection. "In real life most pieces in this collection are evening clothes," said Ford as reported by Design Scene. "Sleek and clean, but potent. My customers will break these clothes down into key pieces to mix with their jeans or sweats for day or wear head to toe for night." Dan Levy was in attendance, give us a teaser of winter white.

Thom Browne went floral — but only in his makeup design. The collection featured classic if somewhat oversized tailoring with a wide lapel.

We loved Jeremy Scott's whimsical take for Moschino but were equally enthralled by the audience, including Quincy in a meta Moschino moment wearing the designer.

The train has left the station. At least for Alexander Roth, wearing Mr. Saturday.

Fashion curator Corin Christian wore casual menswear brand TÉCHIN to Kim Shui's runway show. We just want to know what might have been stashed in that asymmetrical zipper pocket.

Julian Woodhouse walked the runway for Private Policy, revealing a delicate chain mesh with blue poppies.

It was a long day of runway shows for Justin Livingston, who was caught on the street sporting ASOS, TANAKA jeans, and a made-for-walking Sperry shoe.

Andrew Villagomez is a journalist and photographer covering travel, men's fashion, grooming and other lifestyle topics. His work has appeared in print and online publications including Travel + Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, Essential Homme, Delta Sky Magazine, Out, Details, Thrillist and more. He is also runs his own style and travel blog, Vee Travels. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.