Christopher Lowman revealed spring 2018 at New York Men’s Fashion Week

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Courtesy: Geremy Dubensky

The Male of Spring 2018

Emerging Men’s fashion designer Christopher Lowman presented his Spring/Summer 2018 collection in an exclusive presentation at Restaurant at Rose Hill, located in the 112-year-old landmark HGU New York Hotel in Manhattan on Monday.

 

For Spring/Summer 2018, Lowman has drawn inspiration from the modern day college student battling the everyday chain of emotions such as financial instability and mental health issues that lead to the possibility of becoming a college dropout.

The finest French Terry and satin fabrics imported from Australia, as well as suede and lambskin fabrics with uniquely intricate patterns, and delicate Italian imported fabrics create a classic and refined fit for the modern man with a highly individual sense of style come together to create Harvard Punk’D: Christopher Lowman’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection.

This special presentation also features an exciting collaboration with New Balance Athletics, luxury shoe brand Angela Mitchell, as well as jewelry brand Currency NY, Vivid Eyewear, and contemporary watch maker Citizen.

New Balance Athletics will be unveiling its newest collection of athletic footwear, The 574 Sport.

Available beginning July 15th, 2017, the 574 Sport is a contemporary take on the iconic, off road running silhouette for today’s modern, style-conscious consumer.

Designed to bridge the gap between performance and lifestyle, the 574 Sport combines New Balance’s widely recognized running style and its modern cushioning technology for a fresh, sleek silhouette.

Daniel Quintanilla

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