Street Etiquette: NYFW Photo Journal I

Amidst world travels, presenting their own clothing line at the recent menswear tradeshows, and debuting an art installation based on their first short film, the multitalented men behind acclaimed website Street Etiquette (Travis Gumbs, above, and Joshua Kissi, below) still found time to document the visual spectacle known as New York Fashion Week in collaboration with Nordstrom Men’s Shop.

Here, enjoy part 1 of NYFW as seen through the eyes of two preeminent authorities on the future of men’s style—including a look at what’s next from one of our favorite American designers, Todd Snyder.

[For more, catch up on last season’s SE @ NYFW coverage.]


Inspired by Joshua’s look: T-shirts | Cargo Pants | Sneakers | Bracelets

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnBMZcqzbqk
Joshua’s recommendation for the day’s playlist.
Read more on Street Etiquette’s musical predilections here.




Travis of Street Etiquette (left) and stylist Keino Benjamin.

Inspired by Travis’s look: Jackets | Jeans | Short-Sleeve Shirts | Hats | Boots
(Travis’s boots are by Dr. Martens—shop similar here.)

Inspired by Keino’s look: Leather Jackets | Sunglasses | Black Jeans


Indie NYC brand L’Enchanteur.


Inspired by Joshua’s look: Distressed Jeans | Henleys | Tote Bags | Boots
Inspired by Travis’s look: Denim on Denim | Shorts | Sneakers


Joshua of Street Etiquette and photographer Justin Bridges of Tucked Style.



From left: artist Cleon Grey, Jerry St. Aubin, photographer Joshua Woods
(who contributed to our previous SE @ NYFW series).


Chucks—the classics endure.

Below, Josh and Travis had the chance to get up-close and personal with Todd Snyder’s Spring 2014 collection. Read our recent Q&A with Todd, and shop his Fall collection here: Todd Snyder. [Click small images to enlarge.]


 

FOR MORE STREET ETIQUETTE:
– Last season’s NYFW coverage
– Exclusive SE Video + Q&A

 

[Photos by Street Etiquette.]

{ 2 comments… add one }

  • Sharod L. September 12, 2013, 8:28 pm

    totally loving this! Street Etiquette continues to kill it.

    Thank you Nordstrom.

  • MeganBronx September 15, 2013, 11:37 am

    Nice … I wish some of NYFW could move to the Bronx, just a few of the more “daring” shows/designers. There are so many great spaces!

    LOVE your site, totally addicted now.

    xo
    Megan

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