Focusing on the general 90’s theme of New York Fashion Week Men’s, designers Duckie Brown and Timo Weiland (photos in respective order) debuted their Autumn/Winter 2016 collections involving oversized blazers with clean, geometric lines.
Duckie Brown’s “Silver and Cox…brought…heavy but fluid overcoats and all the bits to go underneath, white shirts and grey and black suit trousers…” – Wonderland Magazine
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“One can trust the team at Timo Weiland (Donna Kang, Timo Weiland and Alan Eckstein) to make cool clothes for a creative class of consumers, but this season they raised the bar…What really elevated the line was the outerwear, which ranged from a plaid peacoat, which closed the show, to a wool car coat.” – WWD
As a suggested base for any suiting, Brianna Lance and Freddie Cowan (of The Vaccines) new line, Basic Rights, debuted with simple and practical collared shirts. The brand reminds of what we really need in a wardrobe.
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“The idea is to offer simple pieces that you can build a wardrobe out of, and then if you want to add in some crazy vintage jacket that you found or a super-colorful piece, you can,” says Lance…”
“What separates Basic Rights from other lines of so-called essentials is, well, pretty much everything…there are the cuts, inspired by the wardrobes of some of history’s most stylish men…we looked at tons of pictures of Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, Ian Curtis from Joy Division…” – Vogue
Basic Rights’ “…16-piece collection features high quality staple pieces that are the building blocks to a wardrobe. Each piece is made with immense precision and thought…” – Fashion Magazine
Cover photo credit: W Magazine.