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Maison Martin Margiela

With this month’s all-menswear pop-in shop—Heartbreakers Clubabout to shut its doors this Sunday, we wanted to alert you to one of the shop’s more unique offerings while it’s still in stock: LPD New York.

A digital-age sensation that rose to recognition via the internet, LPD is highly divisive: Supporters consider the T-shirts and mesh jerseys (backs emblazoned with monikers and birth years of legendary fashion designers) to be a brilliant mash-up of the dualistically competitive and clique-y worlds of style and sport, while detractors (“haters,” if you will) cry glorified bootleg.

As equal-opportunity fans of both sports and fashion, we root for the former of those two teams—and see no reason why a Margiela jersey shouldn’t hang next to Larry Bird in our locker room, er, closet. Keep reading for a Q&A with LPD founder Benjamin Fainlight and creative director M O S E S™.

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Stay tuned to Men’s Shop Daily as we continue to recap the goings-on of New York Fashion Week through the eyes of our friends Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs of Street Etiquette.

From Joshua: “Even with rain throughout the day, we were excited to be out and about during NYFW. The highlight of the day goes to our good friends William Okpo, produced by Lizzy and Darlene Okpo, two amazing friends of ours with an amazing womenswear clothing line.”


Inspired by Joshua’s look (the red DB blazer in back):
Sportcoats | Hoodies | Track Pants | Sneakers



Inspired by Travis’ Look:
Vests | Suits & Blazers | Beanies | Oxfords


Joshua Woods (left) is the man behind many of the painterly images you’ve seen throughout our Street Etiquette at NYFW coverage.


 
William Okpo. See Joshua K.’s notes above.












See more photos of the MM6 Maison Martin Margiela show on our sister blog, The Thread.

Catch up on previous installments of Street Etiquette @ NYFW:
Day 1 | Day 2 (snowed in) | Day 3 | Day 4

 

[Photos by Street Etiquette and Joshua Woods.]

Yesterday marked the penultimate day of Paris Fashion Week. Here are the highlights, via our show-going Men’s Fashion Director.


Berluti
“Quickly becoming the new luxury brand to watch.” 
 


Hermès
“The house of luxury turns out an outstanding show.” 
 


Dior Homme
“Kris [Van Assche] does a great job at moving things along. A well-considered collection.” 
 


Kenzo
“A visit to the jungle with prints that electrified the morning.” 
 


Maison Martin Margiela
“More metallics today, this time sophisticated and elegant.” 
 
 

Quotes by Tommy Fazio, Nordstrom Men’s Fashion Director.
Shop the current men’s collection from Kenzo.

 

[Photos courtesy of Style.com.]