For FW18, NYC’s contemporary menswear brand Death To Tennis (DTT) presents “The Style War.”

For the upcoming collection, designers William Watson and Vincent Oshin focused the theme around noted columnist Diana Vreeland's quote, “Style all who have it share one thing: Originality.” Dr. Death and Mr. Tennis want to reinforce the true meaning of what the classics meant to the DTT man.

The collection is more or less a rebuttal to the last collection with the incorporation of more color and floral prints (mostly jacquards) in the coats, bomber jackets, shirts, and pants, which added a much-needed punch to the otherwise dark color palette of past seasons.

This monumental shift introduces Deathopia, the brand's inspiring alternative universe where the familiar has been left behind as they shift from classic streetwear to classic, modern menswear. Common ideas are abandoned and deconstructed then fused with modern thinking to create something original, thus introducing the "Style War."

Take a close look at DTT's FW18 collection in the gallery above.

In other news, here's what Heron Preston, Vashtie, and more influences wore during NYFWM.

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