The mood was upbeat in Las Vegas this week as merchants from around the country and the worldconverged on the city to check out the latest spring men’s wear trends.
The shows — MAGIC, Project, ENK, Capsule, MRket and PGA — were teeming with retailers who were filling order pads aggressively for next season. The quality and depth of the offering provided buyers myriad options for contemporary sportswear and modern tailored clothing along with a slew of accessories.
The overall theme was one of color and print that will give life to selling floors in early 2013.
Riviera Club xLucky Brand Now in its second season, the Riviera Club x Lucky Brand collaboration is being distributed to all of Lucky Brand’s 172 stores plus a handful of specialty stores, such as Ron Herman, Welcome Stranger and Lizard Lounge.
Isaora Isaora designers Ricky Hendry and Marc Daniels are part of this year’s CFDA Incubator class and specialize in melding technical materials and construction — such as heat-welded seams and laser-cut fabric — with forward streetwear style.
Fairway & Greene From pink to green and everything in between, the golf brand jumped on the color bandwagon for spring. The range of pants, shorts, shirts and jackets also featured technical fabrics and detailing to keep players cool and comfortable on the course.
Dunning Golf The upper-end label, owned by Greg Norman Collection, is offering a modern fit based on a clean, understated Europeanaesthetic. The fabrics offer technical quality for comfort and performance.
Alberta Ferretti's "Rainbow Week" sweaters are back. The designer closed her #MFW show with a few day-of-the-week sweaters, which first debuted on the catwalk last January as part of the pre-fall 2017 collection. #wwdfashion (📷: @delphineachard)