Big Drip: The Best Celebrity NYFW Street Style Looks From Black & Brown Men
Now that the fashion crowd has moved on to peacock in London, it seems like the perfect time to double back and revisit some of the best celebrity street style looks. While the original sole focus of fashion week was the clothes that came down the runway, they way people shop has evolved and so street style has become a key element in the week long event. We covered the overwhelming menswear presence on the Spring 2020 September runways — when womenswear ready-to-wear collections show — and with the men’s fashion comes more men’s street style. Tucked between fashion editors and starlets seating in the front rows are the fellas: NBA players, rappers, actors and more men from various industries getting there first look at the men’s fashion for the upcoming season. With their being so many fly guys making their rounds from show to show, we rounded up the top 10 menswear street style looks from New York Fashion Week.
PJ. Tucker of the Houston Rockets is a front row regular at the menswear shows. Styled by Kesha McLeod for the Coach show, the Power Forward wore a Coach look with New Balance sneakers.
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One of the men from Pose on FX, Angel B. Curiel accompanied Janet Mock to the the Carolina Herrera show wearing CH by Carolina Herrera.
We think think Vic Mense captioned his red suit best for the Pyer Moss show, “on Flatbush in Pyer Moss.”
70’s Huncho! Quavo and stylist Zoe Costello chose channel retro vibes in Marc Jacobs for the Macr Jacobs show.
Jidenna took on prints in a Sir Ian Alexander pants and wrap for the DKNY show.
Wild Style! YG and his lady Kehlani cuffed in leopard at the R13 denim show.
”Me on my way to see one of my favorite designers,” Victor Cus captioned a pic for Instagram in grey and a shearling jacket.
Dave East was feeling blue Dior for Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty show.
Also at the Coach show wearing Coach, Quincy in a bold fringe number.
Big Sean gave some Chanel inspired vibes in a Casablanca jacket for the Savage x Fenty Show.