New York Fashion Week: Men's technically spans just four days, and the event, now in its second season, officially kicked off on Monday, February 1. There were a total of 60 runway shows and presentations, featuring emerging designers and established names alike. We've already profiled the runway show from N.HOOLYWOOD, and now take a look at an additional six notable presenters -- Engineered Garments, Public School, General Idea, Tim Coppens, John Elliott and Todd Snyder -- all featured in the galleries below. Scroll through each to get a sneak preview of what you'll be wearing next fall.
Daiki Suzuki has an abiding passion for fabrics, something that was clearly evident for Engineered Garments' Fall/Winter 2016 presentation. The various weaves on a single blazer, or his use of Cone mills denim, spoke to an exacting level of detail and authenticity, the latter quality reflected in the use of non-professional models.
The upward trajectory of designers Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow continued with this show at Milk Studios on West 15th Street. Quilted nylon trousers, asymmetrically zippered blazers and flat-brimmed Stetsons expressed the brand's signature brand of effortless cool.
The Korean brand has been showing in NYC since 2008, but it's still something of a seasonal best-kept-secret. That may soon change with this latest collection from designer Bumsuk Choi, who was able to combine minimalism and a refined sense of playfulness in equal measure.
Tim Coppens, the Belgian-born designer who's been showing in New York since 2012, solidified his reputation with a youthful collection harking back to his '90s adolescence. Tartan plaid bombers and printed hoodies combined with military-inspired topcoats for looks that were both sophisticated and immediately ready to wear.
The Los Angeles designer continues to evolve, branching out from his popular hooded sweatshirts and jeans to reveal a comprehensive collection of wardrobe essentials. Bonded wool and shearling mixed with a dark and somber color palette, signalling a departure from the L.A. breeziness of past collections.
Having worked at Ralph Lauren, Gap and J. Crew, Todd Snyder is well-versed in a specific brand of American sportswear. He closed New York Fashion Week: Men's with an accessible yet sophisticated collection, featuring a total of 48 looks that managed an expert level of cohesiveness.