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What We Liked at the Markets

  • Geoff Rynex
What We Liked at the Markets

This, friends, is menswear market week here in Kempt’s home base of NYC. So for the past three days, we’ve scoured the markets in search of the best of the best of what you’ll be coveting next fall and winter.

The takeaway this year: expect lots of twists on baseball jackets, lots of shearling and lots of print sweatshirts.

Here’s a taste...


CAPSULE:

What We Liked at the Markets

Feldton—a shawl-collar leather jacket you’ll soon find at Barneys.

What We Liked at the Markets

Eastlogue—a master class in layering from South Korea.

What We Liked at the Markets

GLNYC—fur-felt hat. But green.

What We Liked at the Markets

Les Maraisiens—a neoprene T-shirt inspired by Parisian duels of the past.

What We Liked at the Markets

Mr Nieves—some bold fuzzy peacoat action.

What We Liked at the Markets

Corridor—quilted shacket.

MAN:

What We Liked at the Markets

Commune de Paris, 1871—another strong entry to the peacoat genre.

What We Liked at the Markets

Homecore—part-varsity, part-baseball by way of France.

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What We Liked at the Markets

Maison Labiche—taking the print sweatshirt one step further with embroidery.

What We Liked at the Markets

Post-Imperial—ties and pocket squares made using an old Nigerian dye process.

What We Liked at the Markets

Sage de Crêt—unstructured sport coat, each of these will be lined with a different old dress shirt.

What We Liked at the Markets

Ddugoff—yes, that’s a full-length, ribbed, shawl-collar topcoat.

LIBERTY FAIRS:

What We Liked at the Markets
What We Liked at the Markets

Curated—super-soft chalk stripe trousers in jean form and T-shirt perfection.

What We Liked at the Markets

Miansai—getting into the travel-bag game for the first time.

What We Liked at the Markets

Norwegian Rain—asymmetry, shearling and shawl collar. Nice.

What We Liked at the Markets

Honns—think technical Orley.

What We Liked at the Markets

Cockpit USA—bomber overkill, in a good way.