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For all the handsome athletic-inspired menswear that’s been popping up lately, most of it is stuff that you wouldn’t actually wear to the gym or out on the trails.
It’s market week here in New York—a time for buyers to stock their shops, for editors to take the pulse of the upcoming seasons and for general menswear camaraderie.
And Capsule is usually the main attraction. Right out of the gates we noticed a few hot-button trends: denim bomber jackets, waterproof bomber jackets—just a lot of bombers—and there was an overwhelming number of bucket hats (on shelves and heads).
It’s a testament to the cultural impact of When Harry Met Sally that everyone’s still talking about it 25 years later.
Not only does the movie still hold up, so does Billy Crystal’s style. From the post-college road trip hoodies to the business-casual blazer with jeans to the weekend-worthy chunky-knit Aran sweaters. They’re style notes worth cribbing.
Tonight: Williamsburg does its best Okinawa, as Hickoree’s becomes Hickoree’s Japan.
The three-week pop-up shop is taking over Floor Two with an entirely Japanese-crafted collection, as 20-plus makers deliver exclusive collaborations amidst a slew of inventory debuting stateside for the first time ever.
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