U.S. Male, Delivered

With our fighting men in Iraq, the cowboy president,and Citizen Arnold’s victory in California, the American male is very much in theglobal spotlight. And on fashion runways from New York to Milan, designers have been getting into the act, drawing their inspiration for spring collections fromthe masculine heroes of Hollywood. So get ready torole-play in everything from a Tom Cruise–TopGun–style aviator jacket to asweater-and-blazer combo à la Steve McQueen inBullitt, to a JoeBuck–just–off–the–GreyhoundWestern shirt like that worn by Jon Voight inMidnight Cowboy. And pull out your beloved,beat-up denims. They’ve been pressed back intoaction.

Photographs by Firstview.com

The Henley Shirt
Burberry Prorsum
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The Muscle T-Shirt
Helmut Lang
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The Hooded Sweatshirt
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Cargo Pants
Dolce & Gabbana
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The Football Shirt
Emporio Armani

The Aviator Jacket
Louis Vuitton

The Cable-Knit Sweater
Polo Ralph Lauren

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The Seersucker Suit
John Varvatos
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The Western Shirt
Calvin Klein
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More Gucci Spring Looks

The Blazer
Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche

The Peacoat

More Men’s Spring Looks
Photo galleries from runway shows in New York, Paris, London, and Milan

A hot new line from Coach that’s preppy, modern, and masculine.

• What will men be wearing on their feet? See the November 3, 2003 issue of New York Magazine.

U.S. Male, Delivered