Highsnobiety

In this episode of The Dropcast, photographer, cultural critic, and menswear knowledge god Mordechai Rubinstein joins hosts Noah Thomas, Jian DeLeon, and Kyle Hodge to discuss New York Fashion Week: Men’s. Things aren’t looking so hot for the seasonal fashion event, with designers like Raf Simons moving shows to Paris, and a lack of big designers with serious star power showing their latest menswear collections off in the Big Apple.

That doesn’t mean there aren’t any good clothes on New York’s runways however, and the crew talks about which up-and-coming designers truly deserve more shine, and Dropcast hotline callers chime in on which New York brands are still killing the menswear game—even if they don’t show at fashion week. As always, feel free to leave your two cents about this week’s topic or anything else on your mind by calling The Dropcast Hotline at 833-HIGHSNOB. That’s 833-444-4766.

Relevant Links:

Bape’s Football Capsule Lands Just in Time for the World Cup Final

Take a Closer Look at Highsnobiety x Umbro’s World Cup-Inspired Collaboration

How & Where to Buy Nike’s Futuristic React Element 87 Tomorrow

This Is the World’s First Balenciaga Triple S Bong

Feng Chen Wang Deconstructs Levi’s Jackets & Converse Chuck Taylors for SS19

Willy Chavarria SS19 Serves as a Celebration of Immigrants

Sundae School’s Cozy SS19 Collection Celebrates Cannabis Culture

Bristol Studio Reimagines Sportswear Staples for SS19

Abasi Rosborough Draw From Desert Cultures for Spring 2019

BODE Plays With Patterns & Embroidery for Spring 2019

N.HOOLYWOOD Is Inspired by the American Southwest for Spring 2019

Also, make sure to check out our previous podcast episode on the best summer sneakers.

Words by Kyle Hodge
Staff Writer

New York based writer that pops flavor and drips sauce.

What To Read Next