The inaugural New York Men's Fashion Week has proven very successful, and as with any fashion week the street style never disappoints. After a first dose earlier this week, we now present part two of the looks that were worn during the Spring/Summer 2016 show season. Monotone black-and-white looks were out in full force, while crisp white unsurprisingly reigned as the fashion set's favorite tone to complement most looks with. Silhouettes were mostly loose and casual, with only a few dapper gents, including Nick Wooster, opting to go for a tailored suit.
If you missed it, be sure to check out part one of our street style from New York Men's Fashion Week.