Carlos Campos Hits The Runway for Fall/Winter 2016 at #NYFWM
This week, New York-based designer Carlos Campos took his F/W 2016 collection to the runway at New York Fashion Week Men’s, this time pulling inspiration from El Capataz, “The coffee cartel boss who displays a sort of power that is more implied than exhibited.” It’s always interesting to see the direction Campos takes and aiming for the solitary romanticism of this traveler has led to one heck of a lineup. The utilitarian looks tell a story while still giving us a ton of attention to detail, tailoring, and an overall minimalist approach that the designer’s perfected over the years. There’s a controlled color palette that focuses on shades of camel that are reminiscent of lightly roasted coffee beans. And there isn’t a designer that does navy better than Carlos Campos, and that’s fortified again this time around. Look for a good range of fabrics, from brushed wools to cotton velveteens. Check out the looks from the show below.