Spring 2010, it's so on.
Eye patches, skirts, cowboy hats: check.
Now more than ever, retailers are looking for something new.
We weren't satisfied with just one shot from Thom's Florentine installation. So we bring you a slideshow!
From Versace to Prada to Neil Barrett to Gianfranco Ferréhides went head-to-toe.
His first European show consisted of 40 models in gray suits acting like office drones.
New York men spend the tenth most. What gives?
He's out after working there since September 2007, the latest in the Valentino designer shakeup.
And they don't plan to hold back, despite the economic climate.
Is the slipknot de rigueur for men? Or has A-Rod committed a faux pas?
The label is expected to show its first full men's collection in January at Men's Fashion Week in Paris.
Hart Schaffner Marx is boasting on its homepage that Barack wears its suits, and the company even has a "West Wing" collection in the works.
Also, sales of men's dress shirts plummet and the Obedient Sons label is inspired by a polygamist.
It doesn't look like it!
Also a Hussein Chalayan exhibit will open in London next year, and Heidi Klum poses with a prize-winning cow.
In the space on Broadway where Universal News is now. We miss our magazines already.
The men's line will launch for fall 2009 with a capsule collection hitting stores for spring 2009.
And it is AMAZING.