New York Fashion Week: Men has come and gone, and MOSCOT made appearances in some awesome showcases! Designer, Peter Trainor made his debut of his AW16 men’s line Max ‘N Chester featuring his signature aesthetic of day-to-night wear. Inspired by the sophistication of pre-war Italy, the ready-to-wear line featured deconstructed suits, quilted blazers, frayed shirts and sweatshirts in terry knit. The ZOLMAN from the MOSCOT Originals Collection added the final touch for the looks.
The infamously thematic David Hart served us with yet another iconic theme for this NYFWM AW16 Presentation. This season, he referenced 1960s jazz with inspiration drawn from portraits of Blue Note Records artist and album covers designed by Miles Reid. The line featured short-sleeve knits, plaid blazers and cropped trousers along with leather bombers and suede denim jackets, and on the other end of the spectrum, Hart brought his formal assortment to life with tuxedos and suits made from coated fabrics, and featured The LEMTOSH, GRUNYA and YUKEL from The MOSCOT Originals Collection with custom tint lenses.
We’d like to give a huge THANK YOU to David Hart and Peter Trainor for incorporating MOSCOT into their latest fashion showcases! Missed these shows? Check out the looks below!