Luis Campuzano

Carrera’s plastic acetate and Kate Spade New York’s stainless steal frames. Haight knit maillot and Robin Piccone micro nylon and spandex.

Eyewear

Spring 2019 Eyewear Trend: Hot Stuff

That Donna Summer song perfectly captures the latest eyewear styles, which have a definite Seventies retro vibe with oversize designs, geometric shapes and colored lenses with clear frames.

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Watches

Accessories 2019 Trend: Rewind

As fashion swings to dressier, tailored looks, timepieces assume a classic polish.

clock March 21, 2019Luis Campuzano and Thomas Waller

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Markets

Men’s Retailers Find Lots to Bet On at Las Vegas Shows

Overcoats and heritage sportswear were among the most popular items at Project, Liberty Fairs and Agenda.

clock February 21, 2019Jean E. Palmieri and Aria Hughes and Luis Campuzano

Zang Toi RTW Fall 2019

Fashion Show Reviews

Zang Toi RTW Fall 2019

Tunes playing pre-show at Zang Toi’s latest show — “This Land Is Your Land” and “Take Me Home, Country Roads” — set the tone for the patriotic inspired lineup.

clock February 14, 2019Luis Campuzano

The Elder Statesman RTW Fall 2019

Fashion Show Reviews

The Elder Statesman RTW Fall 2019

Designer Greg Chait’s travel-inspired fall collection was elevated by his expertise in textiles.

clock February 13, 2019Luis Campuzano

Sachin & Babi RTW Fall 2019

Fashion Show Reviews

Sachin & Babi RTW Fall 2019

Responding to their customers’ desires, the husband-and-wife design team expanded their eveningwear offerings.

clock February 13, 2019Luis Campuzano

VFiles RTW Fall 2019

Fashion Show Reviews

VFiles Yellow Label by Paul Cupo RTW Fall 2019

Aptly titled “Employee of the Month,” the narrative was advanced by infusing traditional work uniform elements.

clock February 12, 2019Luis Campuzano

N.Hoolywood Men's Fall 2019

Mens Designer Luxury

N.Hoolywood Men’s Fall 2019

The designer offered up a wearable collection of brightly colored options.

clock February 6, 2019Luis Campuzano

B Collection by BobeauÕs polyester jacket over Studio by David LernerÕs nylon windbreaker; Wolford merino wool dress, and Sage the LabelÕs wool, acrylic and polyester pants.

Ready To Wear

Las Vegas Fall 2019 Preview: Getting Cozy

Plush fabric, animal prints and generous shapes heighten the rich feel of fall sportswear.

clock February 5, 2019Alex Badia and Luis Campuzano and Andrew Shang and Emily Mercer

Victor Li Men's Fall 2019

Mens Designer Luxury

Victor Li Men’s Fall 2019

The collection was centered around a sophisticated travel wardrobe.

clock February 4, 2019Luis Campuzano

Krammer & Stoudt Men's Fall 2019

Mens Designer Luxury

Krammer & Stoudt Men’s Fall 2019

The collection was inspired by the California desert rock scene.

clock February 4, 2019Luis Campuzano

 “Campus-educated casual clothes.” — Ryohei Kawanishi, creative director, Landlord

Mens Fashion

NYFW: Designers’ Men’s Fall 2019 Inspirations

The men’s runway shows will see references of everything from college campuses to cannabis.

clock February 4, 2019Luis Campuzano

Nigel Cabourn for Element Wolfeboro

Mens Retail Business

New York Trade Shows Set Uncertain Tone for Season

Specialty retailers are cautious about 2019, but manage to find some desirable product at Project, Liberty Fairs and Man.

clock February 4, 2019Jean E. Palmieri and Aria Hughes and Luis Campuzano

Tibi’s polyester and polyurethane dress over Bottega Veneta’s silk turtleneck and Rachel Comey’s raw denim trousers. JW Anderson boots; Beaufille earring; Christian Dior earring; Bottega Veneta necklace; Jennifer Fisher rings.

Fashion Trends

Pre-Fall 2019 Trend: The Phoebe Factor

Womanly sportswear with a modernist élan — for some synonymous with Phoebe Philo-era Celine — was in no shortage in pre-fall collections.

clock February 1, 2019Emily Mercer and Andrew Shang

Joland Novaj, Augusts Traumanis, and PK Holdbrook-Smith

Mens Fashion

The Men of Milan

A look at the new crop of faces walking the runways in Europe and New York.

clock January 11, 2019Luis Campuzano and Martino Carrera

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