NYFWM | Krammer & Stoudt Fall/Winter 2017 Collection Pays Homage To Voiceless Nomads

Presented this morning at New York Fashion Week Men’s (NYFWM), Krammer & Stoudt’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection pulls inspiration from modern day vagabonds, living in urban cities like Los Angeles, Austin, and Taos. With photographer Mike Brodie’s ‘A Period of Juvenile Prosperity’ as a point of visual influence, we see warm, muted tones mated with raw fabrics. Stand-out pieces include Krammer & Stoudt’s chore coat, Dale Western blazer, Bogart patch trouser, Chester overcoat, Gregory shirt, and their Piccone trench coat. Each look is an exercise in heavy winter styling, with thick mid-layer pieces, accessories, and outerwear playing together in ways we’ll need them to once the cold weather returns next winter.


Check out all of the Krammer & Stoudt Fall/Winter 2017 Collection’s looks in the gallery above and look for the offerings to hit select retailers come early fall.


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