As we ran the streets of New York Fashion Week, we couldn’t help but notice how much style was oozing from many of the fellas at the shows.

Take a walk with us.

14 Street Style Looks We Loved During NYFW Fashion Week 2017  was originally published on

1. Vic Mensa In Coach

Vic Mensa In Coach

Roc Nation rapper Vic Mensa (@vicmensa) was spotted wearing a dope fur coat from the brand to the Coach show.

2. All White Everything

All White Everything

Trendsetter Alex Alexander hit up The Babyghost Presentation looking godly in all-white, including custom-made, NSF, Stan Smiths.

3. The Male Romper Done Right

The Male Romper Done Right

A stylish Marcus Carrol was spotted in these fashion streets wearing an OSNYC jumper and Top Shop boots outside of the Skylight Clarkson Square.

4. The Fall Guy

The Fall Guy

WWD style director Alex Badia (@thealexbadia) kept things classic in his trench coat—and he made sure to check out the Gabriela Heart presentation.

5. Big Sean Pulls Up

Big Sean Pulls Up

Rapper Big Sean (@bigsean) used the down time from his “I Decided” tour to drop by the the 3.1 Phillip Lim show.

6. A Little Skin in the Game

A Little Skin in the Game

Living up to his debut album’s title, “African Vogue,” rapper Young Paris went for the shirtless and chic look at the 3.1 Phillip Lim show.

7. Prints & Leather

Prints & Leather

Wardrobe stylist Arrington Crawford (@thebillionbrand) opted for a printed suit from the Clavon’s Wear brand to to check out the Tadashi Shoji show.

8. Bryan Boy Hits The Streets

Bryan Boy Hits The Streets

OG fashion blogger Bryan Boy (@bryanboycom) delivered a fierce collared look when he rolled through the 3.1 Phillip Lim show.

9. Power to the people

Power to the people

Creative Kadeem Harper (@rowanxharper) and pal David Simmons were spotted at the Son Jung Wan show, paying homage to an era of simplicity, power and fashion.

10. Over The Shoulder

Over The Shoulder

Model Chris Lavish(@nyclavish) went for simple swag— and a dad hat—at the Son Jung Wan show.

11. Funky Fresh

Funky Fresh

A fashion-forward Josh Allen chose a clean look for the day’s festivities, wearing a combination of Off White and Richard & Grace.

12. Vintage Never Dies

Vintage Never Dies

Trendsetters Owen Kane and Travis Harrison paid homage to the 70’s during their stop at the Son Jung Wan show.

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