We face tough choices everyday, some of those decisions can make or break the outcome of our lives, but if we don’t make a major change to improve our lives sooner or later, then it’ll do nothing but spiral out of control, and take a turn for the worse, that’s where INHERENT designer, Taylor Draper, found himself before turning his life around, and on Valentine’s Day night during New York Fashion Week at Manhattan Manor, his decision to come to terms with his mental health brought him to reveal his Fall and Winter 2023-2024 menswear and womenswear collection, emphasizing the wellness of you.
Taylor’s INHERENT walks through his journey battling mental health, and puts it to work to uplift both men and women, embodying the trappings of luxury, celebrating the ongoing mission of men’s mental health with English tailoring, New York streetwear, and Ivy League styles to create a unique blend of timeless and modern fashion.
INHERENT FW23-24 is made up of wool, cotton, and cashmere suitings, twills, plush corduroy, and shirtings, accompanied by knitwear that’s soft like a stick of butter provoking avant- garde, colors include moss and forest green, chocolate brown, and midnight navy, you’ll also find a few colors that warm and comfort you in these continuing cold Winter that could last well into Spring, according to Accu-Weather Meteorologists.
The mission of INHERENT FW 23-24 is not just styles and silhouettes found in blazers and trousers also contemporary streetwear in the highest quality, but INHERENT is out to change the stigma of mental health, going from storing away your struggles so you’re not ashamed, to having the courage to deal with times of struggle in your life, get help as soon as you can, and do what Designer, Taylor Draper did to cope with his struggles with mental health, get help, make drastic changes in your life to put you in a place of better happiness, leaving more room to achieve your dreams.
If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, call the National Mental Health Hotline at 1-866-903-3787, they’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and it’s free and confidential!!!!
Also, go to the National Institute of Mental Health, and find out more information about mental health disorders.