The second edition of the New York Fashion Week dedicated to men's fashion is over, confirming the focus on wearability and saleability at the expense of performance and often creativity.

The collections for next summer explore well-established suggestions and inspirations: surf, tropical, athleitsure, safari, globetrotter, relaxed silhouettes, Middle East echoes and alternation of saturated and vivid colours with more subdued and delicate nes.

Here are the most interesting moods of this NYFW.

 

Art & Design

 

Tommy Hilfiger - Gunther Forg's painting

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Cadet - Terri Brooks painting

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Rideau - Van Gogh "The red vineyard"

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John Elliott - Serge Poliakoff "Composition grise, verte et bleue"

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Ricardo Seco - Cleaning project by Catherine Losing

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Perry Ellis - Perry Ellis collage

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Private Policy - Illustration by Sung Jin Lee 

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An homage to

 

Deveaux - Jude Law as Dickie Greenleaf in The Talented Mr. Ripley

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Rochambeau - Young Mick Jagger

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Robert Geller - Young Blixa Bargeld

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N. Hollywood - Scuba Diving

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Private Policy - Biohazard trash bag

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