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Todd Snyder Takes Us Post Modern for NYFW: Men’s

by Kristopher Fraser Photographed by Linda Gaunt Communications/BFA.com
Friday, February 3, 2017
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My, my, Todd Snyder, you have done it again, and you have yet to disappoint us.


The men’s wear designer debuted his Fall 2017 collection Wednesday, February 1, at New York Fashion Week: Men’s. While the inspiration for his collection was post-modernism, the collection is ripe for the modern man.


Snyder took us back to the days when campus life was uncomplicated by the digital world. Silhouettes ranged from oversized and slouchy to more refined pea coats and military inspired pieces, paired with workwear pants. Jumbo pockets and enlarged ribbing on knits were combined with bespoke detailing to create distinct tones.


Snyder kept it classic but luxe with items like red merino turtleneck ski sweaters and burgundy striped flannel blazers. Of course, there were some major statement-making outerwear pieces like a khaki shearling bomber and a dark olive wool topcoat.


Who was on hand to witness Todd Snyder’s greatness this season?


The front row included actor and model Colton Haynes, model and digital influencer Eric Rutherford, actor Neil Patrick Harris and his husband David Burtka, TV star Andy Cohen, model Miles McMillan, actor Zachary Quinto, actor Liev Schrieber, model Johannes Huebl,  influencer Nick WoosterVictor Cruz of the NFL, CFDA president Steven Colb and rapper Young Paris.


As Snyder came out to make his bow, he was greeted with a standing ovation.


He earned it.


Visit Todd Snyder’s website at toddsnyder.com.




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