Jeffrey Rude Men’s New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2016 collection was on-trend, full of wearable separates and classic garments, and for the most part impeccably tailored design- not counting the hemlines, although they seem to be trending amidst designers. The only look I hated was the brown double breasted patch pocket blazer, because it was a bit much. Leather and velvet jackets and coats, brown suede, a yellow jacket we’d gawk at if it wasn’t on-trend with the 70’s, and the expected shearling jacket all reared their heads in the Rude presentation.
Jeffrey Rude FW16 NYFW was evocative of the 70’s, classic style, trendy yet fashionable. As for future collections, I hope to see the last name referenced, perhaps a bit of edge, a little more daring, but otherwise a great collection.