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#BzbEVENTS: Men’s Fashion Week 2017 is Hosted by Qhue Concepts

Long gone are days when fashion and style were considered as a female thing! These days the menfolk are now also pulling strong when it comes to a sense of fashion and style. 214 more words

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TOM* 2017 in Photos: “Life is a Runway”

(By: Jessica Tucciarone)

Toronto Men’s Fashion Week (TOM*) gives established and emerging men’s fashion designers the opportunity to showcase their collections in our vibrant city. With this year’s theme being ‘Life is a Runway,’ the collections ranged from high fashion to pieces that the everyday working man might wear. 418 more words

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NYFW; Men's 2018 Spring/Summer Collection -LaRose & Facto

Last week in New York City the designers came to New York fired up and ready to show off their new S/S18 collections. Back in February some of the Men’s Shows were hit with crazy weather conditions and madatory city shut downs. 377 more words

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3 Names you've never heard: What the boys wore to New York fashion week 2017

New York fashion week, known for its obscure brands compared to Paris and Milan, ended just yesterday, and we got to see many interesting figures showcase their unique works. 213 more words

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Hot New Trends In Menswear From NYFWM

In the New York Spring Summer 2018 shows, sportswear still dominated. But designers have turned bold in line and color, emphasizing utilitarian work clothes as well as military dress, the severity of which was balanced by bold color, stripes and patterns. 628 more words

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Raun Larose: New York Fashion Week (Men's) S/S18

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Designer Raun LaRose credits his mother for his aspirations in becoming a designer. LaRose grew up watching his seamstress mother design high-end womenswear. 124 more words

The Day And The Life Of Nerisa Eugenia Waterman

Bode: Spring 2018

The label shows its spring collection.

Published: July 13, 2017 at 05:30AM

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