NEW YORK — Fashion Week: Men's SS17 was all about how color, cut and function translate into everyday style.
Here's the thing: Other than a few classic jeans-and-crisp-white-shirt looks, there wasn't much that was everyday, not even by Palm Beach's ever-shifting parameters.
Sure, Ovadia's orange quilted parka and Joseph Abboud's safari-trench hybrid would work emerging from a Range Rover for a day of shooting at you-know-who's Okeechobee ranch.
And we can see a trustafarian kid strolling down Worth Avenue in Rochambeau's flowy shorts and jacket, on his way to dad's private banker to load a fat cash advance on his Amex Black.
Tommy Hilfiger's color blocked hoodie on a spring break-er enjoying last call at Cucina? Absolutely.
But Cadet's gladiator hybrid? Or Deveaux's cinch-waisted, short-sleeved look? Or John Elliott's jacket-pancho (joncho?) merger?
A wrestling match, a Jack Armstrong casting call and a David Bowie tribute concert, respectively.
Not needing translation were Perry Ellis' perfectly constructed suits and Todd Snyder's nerd-glam trousers and bodycon shirts.
Those we understand.
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