Fashion Culture: New Directions in Menswear

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Fashion Culture: New Directions in Menswear
Contributor Names
Fashion Institute of Technology (New York, N.Y.). Museum
Joseph, Alexander
Björkman, Auston
Morrison, Andrew
Abasi, Abdul
Rosborough, Greg
On March 16, 2017, Alexander Joseph, editor of FIT's Hue magazine, moderated a lively conversation about the diverse future of menswear with four designers: Auston Björkman, founder of Sir New York, a "gender nonspecific menswear" firm; Andrew Morrison, winner of the 2016 Out magazine Fashion Vanguard Award; and Abdul Abasi and Greg Rosborough, who draw on their military and athletic backgrounds for their forward thinking tailoring and sportswear using natural textiles.
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Fashion design
Fashion designers
Men's clothing
Clothing and dress
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Fashion Institute of Technology. (2017, March 16). Fashion Culture: New Directions in Menswear [Video]. Archive on Demand.
Fashion Institute of Technology. "Fashion Culture: New Directions in Menswear." Archive on Demand, 16 Mar. 2017,
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