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  • Overheard at the shows | [Valet]
  • Michael Bastian presents the most wearable, shopable and chic collection seen thus far | []
  • Striped and slim and American via Tim Hamilton | [Refinery29 Pipeline] [COACD Pictured]
  • The Robert Geller show was brooding and dark, but very, very cool | [ACL FLICKR]
  • American prep school, French chic and Italian sartorial expertise equal a.a. by Antonio Azzuolo | [StyleList] (More photos can be seen on the P+W Flickr)

Comments on “SIGNALS (NYFW Edition)

    mho on September 9, 2008 1:18 PM:

    I thought both the Tim Hamilton and Robert Geller collections were great, as well as Obedient Sons.

    Have always loved Michael Bastian but didn’t think this was some of his better stuff. Same goes for Rag and Bone.

    david g. on September 9, 2008 1:28 PM:

    The recurrence of Weejuns and Desert Boots in the Michael Bastian collection is doing it for me. Them’s my jam. Really changes the dialogue of the whole outfit. Also, that slim sand-colored double-breasted blazer in slide 25 is the only double-breasted I could ever see myself wearing, plus that red pocket square out of left field is perfect.

    joseph on September 9, 2008 7:23 PM:

    I love that Bastion stuff, but it’s more or less the same slide show that was up a couple months ago.

    ACL-thanks for the updates, I can’t imagine how overwhelming it must be to actually be at these events.

    angelo on September 10, 2008 2:16 AM:

    Hey, check out the new collegiate perspective’s take on nyfw men’s at our site

    joanna goddard on September 10, 2008 4:49 PM:

    love the “overheard at the shows” link!

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