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Crisp tailoring and identity parades at first NY men's fashion week

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Jul 15, 2015

Colourful tops and cardigans, sleek trouser suits and sportswear mixed with crisp tailoring at identity parade mock-ups featured in New York's first fashion week dedicated to menswear.

More than 50 designers are showcasing their looks for next spring at the four-day event -- New York Fashion Week: Men's -- a debut for the city which previously mixed menswear shows with the bigger and twice-yearly women's catwalk runs.

Boyswear at New York Fashion Week: Men's 2016 - PixelFormula


New York-based designer duo Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow's Public School opted for police line-ups to present their mostly black, white and dark blue spring-summer 2016 collection on Tuesday.

"You might sort of get the traditional images of what you would expect from a police line-up ... contextualising or marginalising a certain race or a certain group of people," Chow said.

"But we wanted to sort of break those notions up and put (in) like really well-dressed men and reinforce the idea that we're all sort of the same when we're lined up side by side."

Standing in line-ups of five, models young and older, posed in tailored coats matched with shorts or in loose trousers topped with elongated sports jackets.

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"We don't really do colour. We like to play with proportion, we like to play with texture," Chow said.

Among other designers, David Hart on Monday showed a colourful palette of suits and casual wear in summer colours, some accessorised with beads.

Fashion Week: Men's, launched by the Council of Fashion Designers of America, ends on Thursday.

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