When it comes to Men's Fashion Week, we were feeling the fashion on the runways and the looks on the sidewalks like never before. Perhaps it's because the gender divisions in fashion are blurrier than ever, but it's probably just because the models and attendees at the Fall/Winter 2016 shows in New York City look really ridiculously good.
Showgoers have been blessed by reasonably accommodating temperatures, and that's translating into light outerwear draped, layered, or worn in a straightforward manner. No snow means good footwear can make an appearance, too — and that means we're getting plenty of ideas for our own end-of-Winter style.
The shows have wrapped for the season — but these street styles are here to stay.