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It wasn’t so long ago that men’s street style was pretty predictable Yoda Freddie Mercury The Force Must Go On T-Shirt . A hoodie here, some great suits at Pitti Uomo there, and maybe a few athletes or artists in the crowd. Now the scene outside men’s Fashion Week is just as compelling as ready-to-wear or couture, if not more so (you certainly see fewer Instagram stars in head-to-toe, probably-paid-for looks, though that could change). Not only were the streets more star-studded than ever—from NFL and NBA athletes to world-famous musicians—but this month in particular, there was a sense of harmony between what guys were wearing and what we saw on the runways. On both counts, suiting has gotten more relaxed and experimental; tunics and skirts were the week’s wild-card trend; and overall, guys are rethinking what it means to be masculine (or they’re just discarding that term altogether). They’re unafraid of color, they’re wearing jewelry, they’re showing some skin; Sarah Mower put it best in her distillation of the season: “Anything that circumnavigates, subverts, or outright opposes corporate white manhood is in. Men against the patriarchy. Designers against toxic manhood. Boys for joy. Everyone up in arms against fear.”
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