Backstage at NYFW: Todd Snyder Spring/ Summer 2014

Apr 22, 2014


New York Fashion Week is in full swing, and on Friday night, veteran menswear designer Todd Snyder showed off his eponymous collection for S/S 2014. The new collection was influenced by the Mediterranean and the René Clément directed film Purple Noon. It featured sleek forward-looking separates, a seamless mix of solids and prints, all elegantly styled and executed with precision tailoring. Here are some exclusive shots of the backstage preparations for his impressive presentation.

More in-depth coverage of Todd Snyder to come.

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