Your Guide to New York Fashion Week: Men’s


New York Men’s Day, afternoon session

Private Policy: Having graduated from Parsons School of Design in 2015, the partners Haoran Li and Siying Qu design men’s and women’s wear for a candy-colored dystopian future. Maiden Noir: Designed in Seattle and made in Japan, Nin Truong’s monochromatic drawstring pants, sweatshirts and shorts are appropriate for the upper echelons of an urban phys. ed. class. R. Swiader: The soft draping of Raf Swiader’s materials are at the heart of a men’s wear brand that aims to fulfill a “utilitarian lifestyle” (his words). Descendant of Thieves: Specializing in shirts and knit tops, the staples designed by Dres Ladro and Matteo Maniatty carry a whiff of their Mediterranean heritage. Heliot Emil: The Copenhagen brand is drastically minimalist and impertinently unisex. Dune Studios, 55 Water Street, 4:30 to 6 p.m.

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Models for Private Policy.

Christopher Lowman

Following an eclectic fall 2017 debut inspired by the film “The Outsiders,” this young New Yorker is looking to gain more support from the industry. July 11, 1 to 2:30 p.m., Restaurant at Rose Hill, 34 East 32nd Street

EFM Engineered for Motion

The label EFM Engineered for Motion, designed by Donrad Duncan, will take another stab at the future of sportswear. July 12, 10 a.m.

Kenneth Ning

Kenneth Ning, who got his training at Michael Kors, takes the traditional American sportswear archetype and infuses it with the looseness of his hometown, San Francisco. July 12, noon, Cadillac House, 330 Hudson Street

Deveaux

The designers behind Deveaux — Matt Breen, Patrick Doss and Andrea Tsao — are dedicated to tailoring and dressing men like grown-ups. Their made-in-the-U.S.A. collection offers clean takes on luxurious sportswear for both men and women that look impressive, as opposed to “OMG” or “tight.” July 12, 1 to 2 p.m., En Japanese Brasserie, 435 Hudson Street

Landlord

The Landlord designer, Ryohei Kawanishi, specializes in blasts of color, with proportions borne of an unfettered imagination. This season’s collection is reggae-inspired. July 12, 3 p.m.

Luar

For Luar, Raul Lopez, a founder of Hood by Air, makes minidresses and thigh-highs for men, as well as too-long-on-purpose T-shirts and shorts. His clothes don’t challenge gender; they’re postgender. July 13, noon, Cadillac House, 330 Hudson Street

Linder

Sam Linder and Kirk Millar, who own the boutique Linder in SoHo, ventured into women’s wear in February. It seemed like a natural progression for a brand known for its experimental men’s wear. July 13, 1 p.m., 237 East 18th Street

New Kids In Town

Teddy Ondo Ella

The Gabonese designer will introduce New York to his signature Abacost suit, the centerpiece of a collection that marries European and African styles. July 10, 3 p.m., Artbeam Gallery, 540 West 21st Street

Sanchez Kane

Bárbara Sánchez-Kane, an illustrator and artist with an engineering degree, has an innovative men’s wear line worth checking out. July 12, 7 p.m.

CH24 Los Angeles

For those without chemistry degrees, C2H4 is the molecular formula for ethylene, which ripens plants. C2H4 Los Angeles is a streetwear brand committed to being not just another streetwear brand. It is designed by Yixi Chen, who comes from Shanghai and has a thing for denim. July 13, 7 p.m.

Poolside

Parke & Ronen

Who wears short shorts? Models for the Parke & Ronen do. To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the label has invited members of the press and special guests backstage before the runway show for a peek at the “notoriously hunky models” as they rehearse their walks. July 12, 2 p.m.

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Models backstage at the Parke & Ronen show last July.

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Krista Schlueter for The New York Times

Katama

The swimsuits and tops, offered by Garrett Neff, Katama’s founder, are amicably retro. Mr. Neff named his label after Katama Bay in Massachusetts, where he spent his childhood summers. July 12, 9 to 10 a.m., Grand Banks, Pier 25.

Thorsun

George Sotelo’s swimwear for men is all funky colors and patterns applied to traditionally cut bathing trunks that come in two styles: Apollo and Titan. July 12, 5 to 7 p.m., 172 Madison Avenue, penthouse.

Hitsville U.K.

N-p-Elliott

The Scotsman Nicholas Elliott has his own idea of streetwear that has included such pieces as a military jacket reminiscent of the one worn by Chairman Mao. July 11, 2 p.m.

Feng Chen Wang

One of the few women showing during the week, Feng Chen Wang has previously displayed her namesake label’s wares with VFILES. Look for inventive outfits that have, in the past, balanced leather briefs with the world’s puffiest jacket. July 11, 10 a.m.

Represent

Manchester, England, is home to Represent. After the city’s traumatic spring, it will be fascinating to see if, and how, the collection reflects the turbulent times. July 13, 10 a.m.

Correction: July 8, 2017

An earlier version of this article misspelled the name of the designer Nicholas Elliott and his clothing brand, N-p-Elliott. It also misstated the name of the presentation by the label Jahnkoy: It is “the Messanjah,” not “the Messiah.” Further, it included Jake Zeitlin as a designer at Matiere; Mr. Zeitlin recently left the brand.

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