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Congrats, New York fashion world, you made it through your third stand-alone fashion week for menswear. With men's weeks far more established in Milan and Paris, it wasn't clear exactly how that would work in New York when the Council of Fashion Designers of America decided to try it. Though some designers decamped to other fashion capitals, and the feel of men's week remained more relaxed with fewer formal runway shows and more showroom appointments and staid presentations, there was still plenty to see with about 80 designers on hand. Last year, Hilfiger attended his men's show and the two hit it off as Polisseni continues to grow Artistix.This time around, paint splatters were everywhere on the coveralls, canvas vests, white leather jackets and some pretty hot boxer briefs Polisseni showed, because what dude doesn't need some high-end undies. This Hilfiger has been mixing rock and fashion for some time now.
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