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With a nod to jocks, nerds and 1960s Savile Row rebel Tommy Nutter, Todd Snyder rolled out a men's fall collection of grandpa cardigans, East Coast prep and slacker trouser suits cropped and loose as New York Fashion Week kicked off Monday with three days for the dudes.Snyder did him justice with swinging London silhouettes shaken up to offer a vintage flair worthy of the decades to come.He also showed loose hoodies and sweats, acid-washed denim and shrunken schoolboy sweaters in a collection dominated by tweeds, wool, corduroy, plush Sherpa fleece and mohair in hues of olive, brown, camel and aubergine – and pops of varsity red, Oxford pink and bottle green.There's a romance to color for men these days, Snyder said in a backstage interview.
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