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For once, the tourists peering into the windows of the Audi Forum yesterday weren't gazing at cars they couldn't afford. This time, they were gazing at the clothes—Loden Dager's fall/winter 2010 collection—and maybe the bold-faced names of menswear including Sartorialist Scott Schuman and jewelry designer Philip Crangi.
The menswear collective presented a concise collection of trim menswear looks in khaki, slate gray, black, coral and off-yellow. Suits were crisp, slim but not skinny, and could take you from the office to...wherever it is you might need an electric coral suit. Down jackets were hooded, fur-lined and had a slight sheen. Cinched waists and strapped blazer closures punctuated nearly every look. With the possible exception of a couple of amorphous capelet/shrug things that don't exactly scream manliness, it was a very wearable collection.
· Loden Dager [Official Site]
· Fashion Week Fall 2010 All Coverage [Racked NY]