Todd Snyder is definitely one of the front runners for menswear rookie of the year for 2011. After leaving J. Crew to start his own eponymous label, his Fall 2011 debut collection and sufficed to say it was stellar. (more…)
Unless you live under a rock (or don’t read Por Homme), you know that jewelry has made a resurgence in menswear. Bernard James is an up and coming jeweler from New York that’s riding this trend and merging culture with fashion. The collection — comprised of bracelets, rings, tie bars, and necklaces — is inspired by the people of the Omo River Valley and the notion of sustainability. All of the pieces are handcrafted in Brooklyn by James and are made using the finest quality natural materials: sterling silver, leather, and stone beads.
Nick Wooster has been a PROJECT show staple for this Nick Wooster Experience at PROJECT Las Vegas. This season, we see Nick in a totally different role: a vendor. Nick has brought his sartorial Midas touch to Orlebar Brown for a capsule collection of swimwear. The Nick Wooster + Orlebar Brown collection is Nick’s take on their Bulldog and Setter shorts. It wouldn’t be Wooster without some camouflage and these trunks come in five different shades — called “The Wooster Camo” — inspired by the movement of the Amazon.
We are happy to be back once again covering PROJECT NY as a part of The Blogger Project by Marcus Troy. This time we are getting a glimpse into the upcoming Fall/Winter collections. The folks at PROJECT continue to out do themselves with more and better brands. We will be providing exclusive content over the next few days so keep it locked. PROJECT NY runs from January 16-18.