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Nickel Cobalt

If you’re out and about pre-dawn on this fine, post-Thanksgiving morning, we salute you. However, the best, surefire way to avoid epic confrontations over the last leather jacket (or dastardly cloak?) in your size at the store is to simply stay home—pie in-hand, football on-screen, enjoying our Online Black-Friday Deals from the comfort of your couch.

To celebrate Black Friday, we picked a few of our favorite sale items—in timeless, stylish, black. Keep reading to see our sale-priced Editor’s Picks.

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Our coverage of New York Fashion Week through the eyes of Travis Gumbs (left) and Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette continues below. Catch up on previous installments here and here.

From Joshua: “Today’s J. Press York Street collection was a great presentation, adding to what it means to commemorate traditional American prep attire while still pushing the envelope. The prep style happens to be one of our main influences, so it’s great to see it presented in such an array of looks. Public School, on the other hand, took care of the street-casual department, with a lot of dark colors and leather to inspire your cool next fall and winter.”



Inspired by Travis’ Look:
Leather Jackets | Beanies | Scarves | Ties | Oxfords



Inspired by Joshua’s Look:
Trenches & Overcoats | Zip-Up Sweaters | Camo Pants | Sneakers | Bags




J. Press York Street (designed by Ariel and Shimon Ovadia of Ovadia & Sons)—coming soon to the Nordstrom Men’s Shop.
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Trekking between shows. If we’re not mistaken, that’s Nico of Nickel Cobalt in the navy poncho.




NY Knick Carmelo Anthony (left), self-promoting at the Public School presentation.




Hood By Air, where rapper A$AP Rocky closed the show. [Click small images to enlarge.]








Scenes from outside Milk Studios and around NYC. [Click smaller images above to enlarge.]


 

[Photos by Street Etiquette and Joshua Woods.]