What We Liked at the Markets
- Geoff Rynex
Feldton—a shawl-collar leather jacket you’ll soon find at Barneys.
Eastlogue—a master class in layering from South Korea.
GLNYC—fur-felt hat. But green.
Les Maraisiens—a neoprene T-shirt inspired by Parisian duels of the past.
Mr Nieves—some bold fuzzy peacoat action.
Commune de Paris, 1871—another strong entry to the peacoat genre.
Homecore—part-varsity, part-baseball by way of France.
Maison Labiche—taking the print sweatshirt one step further with embroidery.
Post-Imperial—ties and pocket squares made using an old Nigerian dye process.
Sage de Crêt—unstructured sport coat, each of these will be lined with a different old dress shirt.
Ddugoff—yes, that’s a full-length, ribbed, shawl-collar topcoat.
Curated—super-soft chalk stripe trousers in jean form and T-shirt perfection.
Miansai—getting into the travel-bag game for the first time.
Norwegian Rain—asymmetry, shearling and shawl collar. Nice.
Honns—think technical Orley.
Cockpit USA—bomber overkill, in a good way.