The Best Men's Looks From New York Fashion Week Spring 2020

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Check back throughout the week as we feature more of our favorite men's looks from New York Fashion Week.

This year's New York Fashion Week has introduced a number of unprecedented and ultra-cool street style looks for men. All-white suits and full leather ensembles have been seen on some of the most influential fashion moguls and celebrities, affirming a reoccurring theme in fashion as of late: bold is best.

Outfits dedicated to one particular pattern, color, or material have become synonymous with style, but so has the opposite. Mixed prints and colors have been seen more in men's fashion lately than they have since the possibly the 1980s.

But bold doesn't always mean outlandish. Pieces that haven't traditionally been a part of men's fashion, such as harnesses and delicate jewelry, are appearing both refined and unexpected at the same time.

As fashion week progresses in New York, we'll be keeping an eye out for the best men's street style looks, whether they're unique or classic.

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Brandon Maxwell's nostalgic Ready to Wear collection featured sharply-tailored suits and bold pastel hues.

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Christian Siriano's men's show was full of pops of shimmery glitter and pop art inspired pieces.

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True to form, the Helmut Lang Spring 2020 show featured well-tailored, minimalistic ensembles and an emphasis on monochromatic color palettes.

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Pyer Moss's show, highlighting the narrative of black fashion, was distinctly thought-provoking; glamorous sportswear, bold colors and prints, and geometric shapes graced the runway.

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Shimmering colors, like the above blue and off-white ensembles, were the stars of Son Jung's Spring 2020 collection.

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The Custo Barcelona show featured bold menswear: sandals and ensembles made of mixed bold prints and bright colors.