NYFW: Men’s days 3 and 4: From water bottle crowns to 1970s pajamas, here are the craziest looks
We’re down one more New York Fashion Week: Men’s in Manhattan, and what did we see? The first two days, we go Raf Simons in a Chinatown downpour and a new fashion-y interpretation of the MAGA hat.
The last two days on the other hand (NYFW: Men’s is a four-day event, not a full week like it’s women-centric counterpart) were kind of wild. There were crowns made of plastic bottles and sweaters stitched as an ode to jerk chicken (which we approve of, by the way). Fabrics were bright and patterned, throwbacks to 1970s flair and luxury.
It was a fun week, to be honest, so here are the looks you need to see from the last two days of New York Fashion Week: Men’s.
This water-bottle headpiece at the Sanchez-Kane show
These extremely 1970s outfits at the Bode show
These appreciations of jerk chicken at the Landlord show
This man fully pulling off a beret at General Idea
This inspirational quote sweatshirt at the Represent show
“If you’re going through hell keep going,” it reads.