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Men’s Wear’s Most Compelling New Collections, on Its Six Hottest New Models

Having emerged from the shadow of women’s wear, men’s wear is offering some of today’s most compelling design, thanks to a new generation of young mavericks. With eyes on the street, the designers presented clothes for fall/winter 2015 — in London (Craig Green, Alex Mullins and Martine Rose), Paris (Julien David and Gosha Rubchinskiy) and New York (Proper Gang) — that not only reflect what men like to wear, but what they will aspire to. T cast a similarly youthful set of breakthrough models from New York Fashion Week, which ends today, to model these six designers’ fall collections.
Having emerged from the shadow of women’s wear, men’s wear is offering some of today’s most compelling design, thanks to a new generation of young mavericks. With eyes on the street, the designers presented clothes for fall/winter 2015 — in London (Craig Green, Alex Mullins and Martine Rose), Paris (Julien David and Gosha Rubchinskiy) and New York (Proper Gang) — that not only reflect what men like to wear, but what they will aspire to. T cast a similarly youthful set of breakthrough models from New York Fashion Week, which ends today, to model these six designers’ fall collections.
Charlie James, 18 (Fusion Model Management), in a look by Martine Rose. Photographs by Ben Grieme. Styled by Jason Rider
Having emerged from the shadow of women’s wear, men’s wear is offering some of today’s most compelling design, thanks to a new generation of young mavericks. With eyes on the street, the designers presented clothes for fall/winter 2015 — in London (Craig Green, Alex Mullins and Martine Rose), Paris (Julien David and Gosha Rubchinskiy) and New York (Proper Gang) — that not only reflect what men like to wear, but what they will aspire to. T cast a similarly youthful set of breakthrough models from New York Fashion Week, which ends today, to model these six designers’ fall collections.
Jackson Hale, 19 (Soul Artist Management), in a look by Julien David, shoes by Dr. Martens and jewelry by All_Blues and Tom Wood. Photographs by Ben Grieme. Styled by Jason Rider
Having emerged from the shadow of women’s wear, men’s wear is offering some of today’s most compelling design, thanks to a new generation of young mavericks. With eyes on the street, the designers presented clothes for fall/winter 2015 — in London (Craig Green, Alex Mullins and Martine Rose), Paris (Julien David and Gosha Rubchinskiy) and New York (Proper Gang) — that not only reflect what men like to wear, but what they will aspire to. T cast a similarly youthful set of breakthrough models from New York Fashion Week, which ends today, to model these six designers’ fall collections.
Ryan Keating, 22 (One Model Management), in a look by Proper Gang. Photographs by Ben Grieme. Styled by Jason Rider
Having emerged from the shadow of women’s wear, men’s wear is offering some of today’s most compelling design, thanks to a new generation of young mavericks. With eyes on the street, the designers presented clothes for fall/winter 2015 — in London (Craig Green, Alex Mullins and Martine Rose), Paris (Julien David and Gosha Rubchinskiy) and New York (Proper Gang) — that not only reflect what men like to wear, but what they will aspire to. T cast a similarly youthful set of breakthrough models from New York Fashion Week, which ends today, to model these six designers’ fall collections.
Mats Van Snippenberg, 18 (Fusion Model Management), in a look by Alex Mullins and shoes by Grenson. Photographs by Ben Grieme. Styled by Jason Rider
Having emerged from the shadow of women’s wear, men’s wear is offering some of today’s most compelling design, thanks to a new generation of young mavericks. With eyes on the street, the designers presented clothes for fall/winter 2015 — in London (Craig Green, Alex Mullins and Martine Rose), Paris (Julien David and Gosha Rubchinskiy) and New York (Proper Gang) — that not only reflect what men like to wear, but what they will aspire to. T cast a similarly youthful set of breakthrough models from New York Fashion Week, which ends today, to model these six designers’ fall collections.
Max Esken, 22 (Tomorrow Is Another Day), in a look by Craig Green. Photographs by Ben Grieme. Styled by Jason Rider
Having emerged from the shadow of women’s wear, men’s wear is offering some of today’s most compelling design, thanks to a new generation of young mavericks. With eyes on the street, the designers presented clothes for fall/winter 2015 — in London (Craig Green, Alex Mullins and Martine Rose), Paris (Julien David and Gosha Rubchinskiy) and New York (Proper Gang) — that not only reflect what men like to wear, but what they will aspire to. T cast a similarly youthful set of breakthrough models from New York Fashion Week, which ends today, to model these six designers’ fall collections.
Erik Van Giles, 19 (ReQuest Model Management), in a look by Gosha Rubchinskiy. Photographs by Ben Grieme. Styled by Jason Rider

 

T Magazine presents an emerged from the shadow of women’s wear, men’s wear is offering some of today’s most compelling design, thanks to a new generation of young mavericks. With eyes on the street, the designers presented clothes for fall/winter 2015 — in London (Craig Green, Alex Mullins and Martine Rose), Paris (Julien David and Gosha Rubchinskiy) and New York (Proper Gang) — that not only reflect what men like to wear, but what they will aspire to. T cast a similarly youthful set of breakthrough models from New York Fashion Week, which ends today, to model these six designers’ fall collections.

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