One of the most anticipated days for us at the magazine within NYFW is “New York Men’s Day (NYMD),” (@newyorkmensday) the day when we get to see the emerging (and some established) talents within the menswear and genderless fashion scene.
A. Potts: Hiding The Horizon
For this season designer Aron Pott (@apottscollection) presented his collection entitled “Hiding the Horizon”, which was inspired by Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s 2021documentary Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised).
Defining his own rules, as well as how to experience ourselves through his reshaping of masculinity, Terry Singh (@terrysingh.nyc) presented for the first time at NYMD. For this season the designer presented a collection focused on tailoring and a variety of skirts.
Michael Nelson’s AMIROK (@amirok.official) creates knitwear pieces with the intention of turning them into one with the wearer, being like a second skin by blending functionality, beauty, and comfort. Made in Italy, Amirok fuses Italian luxury and sustainable innovation, partnering for this season with artisans from Botswana.
Atelier Cillian: The Hubris Of Howard Carter
British-American designer Stephen Mikhail, from Atelier Cillian (@ateliercillian), certainly has that unique brand of harmony of duality between masculine and feminine mixed with strong tailoring and paradoxical creativity in his pieces, telling a flawless narrative in each collection. For this season, the designer presented his SS23 collection entitled ” The Hubris of Howard Carter”