Kerby Jean-Raymond took what has become his signature — bringing societal issues to the runway — with a spring men’s collection for Pyer Moss that was inspired by two Bernies: Madoff and Sanders. Shades of the former shone through in a black-lace sweater and a blue bomber, each with “GREED” embroidered on the front.

Beyond that, there were more tailored pieces than in the past, including a shawl-collar tuxedo with a racing stripe on the pants and a white double-breasted dinner jacket that Jean-Raymond paired with shorts. Even so, the collection still felt sporty, and the fact that many of the pieces were styled on women — and looked perfectly normal — spoke to Pyer Moss’s ability to tie into the genderless trend.

By  on September 11, 2016

Kerby Jean-Raymond took what has become his signature — bringing societal issues to the runway — with a spring men’s collection for Pyer Moss that was inspired by two Bernies: Madoff and Sanders. Shades of the former shone through in a black-lace sweater and a blue bomber, each with “GREED” embroidered on the front.

Beyond that, there were more tailored pieces than in the past, including a shawl-collar tuxedo with a racing stripe on the pants and a white double-breasted dinner jacket that Jean-Raymond paired with shorts. Even so, the collection still felt sporty, and the fact that many of the pieces were styled on women — and looked perfectly normal — spoke to Pyer Moss’s ability to tie into the genderless trend.

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