LIM FOR HIM: The men’s schedule for New York Fashion Week is taking shape, and the biggest surprise so far is 3.1 Phillip Lim, which will hold its first stand-alone presentation for men’s wear, separating it from women’s. Yigal Azrouël, on the other hand, is doing the opposite, bringing men’s and women’s back together. General Idea, meanwhile, is graduating to a runway format. In less sunny news, 15 labels that presented men’s wear last season are not on the calendar at this time. Furthermore, New York lost two heavy hitters when Z Zegna and Calvin Klein returned to Milan. But there are still newcomers, including Odyn Vovk, Bespoken, Claiborne by John Bartlett, Prps, Façonnable and Timo Weiland.
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