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NYFWM Coverage by 'Mother Tucking Trends' on BoyMeetsStyle, ALL Fashion Week Long!

It's morning. You crawl out of bed, head to the closet and begin to throw together pieces of what to wear. Do you go with the familiar ease of a Raf Simons pullover, or the excitement of an eccentric Gucci waist coat? If you're like any of us here at ‘Mother Tucking Trends’ or the fashion fiends at Boy Meets Style, then you're wondering whether to pair that look with a Kenzo mini bag or a yellow fanny pack. But wait, that’s not all! Do you grab a pair of trainers or take a chance on wearing your favorite uncomfortable platform oxfords? By this time you have less than an hour to arrive to your destination, so good luck getting downtown.

After conquering the death trap of a packed train, you arrive at at your destination. A slew of loud prints, forbidden furs, and an upscale reunion of style and toxic nostalgia beat down the street. Behind them - a sudden rush of photographers followed behind by eager bystanders lead by their phones as they swarm the likes of celebrity it folk and industry insiders like Nick Wooster and top model faces like Luka Sabbat. It’s New York Fashion Week Men’s... Are you on the list? Did you at least remember to put on deodorant? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

It’s been a solid fashion week season so far. The FW 2017 collections have so effortlessly tried to embody what our country seems to be in the search for - explanation, and a sense of release. From Donatella Versace’s depiction of the political machine’s fragile emotional state through the use grey and bursts of red; to Jeremy Scott’s rebel-like comedic relief against a certain political standpoint which showcased space-age graphics, clock motifs, and combat-style silhouettes.

Gentleman start your engines, for the predictions have been made, and the trends have been inducted. Leave it to us as we bring you all the season’s trends from the world’s foremost fashion capital, New York City! That’s right, NYFWM Coverage by Mother Tucking Trends on!

Article | Georgio Richy

Editor | Vladimir Armand

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