Last week was New York Fashion Week: Men’s and Grungy Gentleman unveiled their Spring/Summer 2018 Collection. If you have ever been to a Grungy Gentleman fashion show, you know that they always aim to please and this season was no different. Jace Lipstein, designer and founder of Grungy Gentleman, held the lifestyle brands seventh runway show at the Dream Downtown.
The Grungy Gentleman is known for not only creating their own custom fashions but building long lasting partnerships. Some notable collaborations include Grungy Gentleman x Timberland footwear, Grungy Gentleman x ISlide, and Grungy Gentleman x Mitchell & Ness hats. This year the Grungy Gentleman also had notable men walk in their epic show like NBA Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried who opened and closed the show. Notable guests also included NFL cornerback/Superbowl Champion Darelle Revis, NY Knicks forward Lance Thomas, NFL running back Rashad Jennings, Former NY Giant running back/Superbowl Champion Rodney Hampton, actor James Martinez (House of Cards), actor Elijah Boothe (Netflix Luke Cage), and singer/producer Bobby Brackins.
Check out some of the images from the runway show below.
Grungy Gentleman continually combines design with applied creativity. Beyond a fashion label, the company doubles as an agency equipped with the expertise to consult and converge sports, fashion, and entertainment into one innovative culture. Each piece looks to suit and inspire the man who is bold, intelligent, passionate and has a fierce taste. By pairing such motivations with a stylistic finesse of masculine simplicity, the brand has found shining praise and renowned following from top names in the sports, music and entertainment industries.
“Grungy Gentleman is all about expression — merging style with individuality to help men accentuate their boldness, athleticism, and masculinity. The Grungy Gentleman spring/summer collection, the designs, and namely, the pre-existing ideals of our collaborators continue this mission. It’s an exciting, fresh take on urban style, athletic tailoring, and menswear alike — and we are truly excited to show our new collection on the runway.” – Jace Lipstein, Designer and Founder, Grungy Gentleman.
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