Billy Reid’s brown gun-check tweed suit and grey fatigue jacket were two of GQ Creative Director, Jim Moore’s, favorite looks from NYFW. We couldn’t agree more.
See what other looks received honorable mentions on this list, including pieces from other PROJECT designers and brands such as Todd Snyder, Lacoste, Public School and more.
See you in The TENTS @ PROJECT.
Yesterday’s Timo Weiland presentation paid homage to the brand’s urban + pastoral aesthetics, complete with shearling, leather detailing, and pleated pants. Don’t miss the FW13 collection in The TENTS @ PROJECT.
Street style photographer and member of the Blogger PROJECT, William Yan, previews Raleigh Denim’s FW13 collection at NYFW. Styled by menswear icon Eugene Tong, this line focuses on outerwear staples and will be sure to garner well-deserved attention in The TENTS @ PROJECT in just 11 days.
See the entire photo set here.
GQ spoke with Dao-Yi Chow of Public School about the launch of their new, highly-anticipated denim line. The PROJECT brand, which will be exhibiting their FW13 collection in The TENTS @ PROJECT in a few short weeks, offered a preview of the denim collection and the three made in the USA styles available: PS13, PS14, and PS16. The line is looking clean and keeps with the brand’s cool, refined rebel aesthetic. See more here.
On the eve of his NYFW presentation, Todd Snyder updated his brand’s website and launched a blog: s(ny)der.
Valet Mag goes “Behind the Seams” with the contemporary menswear designer to discuss the importance of the internet and transparency within the world of fashion. Synder, who recently debuted his capsule collection with Champion at PROJECT NYC, acknoweledges the importance of online buzz. “Blogs and websites are today’s magazines. It’s about instant gratification.” Read the entire interview on Valet.
The PROJECT team took to the NYFW runways last week and scouted next Spring’s top trends. From menswear to womenswear, here are a few of our favorite shows + looks:
Alice and Olivia
Gant by Michael Bastian
Erin by Erin Featherston