Public School – This week marked the first New York Fashion Week: Men's,
Cult brand Public School's presentation lineup included jewelery designer Waris Ahluwalia (second from left) and Twin Shadow.
Michael Kors Collection – Michael Kors' casual suiting was designed with the vacationing city-slicker in mind.
Rag & Bone – Rag & Bone's parkour-themed collection was shown on mannequins, as well as in a video of actual parkourists wearing the clothes.
N. Hoolywood – Simplicity was everything at Daisuke Obana's latest show.
Ovadia & Sons – Twins Ariel and Shimon Ovadia showed a number of stand-out jackets, including this mesh-lined duster.
Duckie Brown – Playing with androgyny, Duckie Brown's latest saw models in billowing organza tops, and ribbon-tie pants.
Timo Weiland – Models were posed in front of static TVs at Timo Weiland. That same TV static was translated into sweater prints.
Calvin Klein – The sportswear-heavy Calvin Klein collection was restaged in New York just weeks after it was shown on the Milan runways.
Richard Chai – Richard Chai was inspired by his teen years in New York, and his favorite indie album covers.
Tim Coppens – While many of the looks at Tim Coppens were monochrome, eye-catching prints and occasional flashes of color brought the collection to life.
Robert Geller – This season, Robert Geller was much more casual than conceptual.
Rochambeau – Pale pink, steely blues, lots of white. Rochambeau's collection was spring to a T.