New York Men’s Day Fall/Winter 2015 sponsor Oribe was thrilled to be apart of a day that split 2 sessions of six designer each who brought 12 presentations that spread across Industria Studios in Manhattan’s West Village.
Several of the top editors and style influencers were presenters to the packed crowd and the Oribe educators along with supporting stylists were behind the incredible looks for each show.
The first part of the presentation included presenters such as Lucio Castro and lead hairstylist Ramona Eschbach who created a grungy, skater boy look and spray-painted gold shoes. There was also Cadet who’s military inspired collection was perfectly complemented by the hair perfectly executed by Nathan Nguyen. “During that time, there were wartime restriction and fabric was scarce, so designs were more casual,” said lead hairstylist Nathan Nguyen.
Other presenters included David Hart and hair done by Kien Hoang who created an American Southwest, Western and Aztec feel, while Garcia Velez with hair done by Louis Orozco looks were very simple and tailored with stylish accents. Fingers Crossed Collection with hair done by Dan Nguyen was inspired by fishermen, and Ernest Alexander with hair done by Christian Ceja-Compin closed out the first part of the presentations with their collection that honored the woodsy, worldly guy.
Part II of the Men’s Day took the attendees into a time machine and transported them to different eras of the past. The collection Chapter kicked things off with hair done by Christian Ceja-Compin and gave a glimpse back into the 1980s. There was also Hickey Freeman with hair done by Louis Orozco which gave a glimpse into the 1940s with their early day aviation looks. Carlos Campos and hair done by Ramona Eschback kept a somewhat undone and natural look, while Timo Weiland and hair done by Dan Nguyen tapped into a more travel-friendly post war look. Last but not least Gents with hair done by Nathan Nguyen presented an athletic-inspired and polished-style caps and J. Linderberg and hair done by Kien Hoang tapped into the 70’s rock scene.