The NYFW: Men’s madness has officially ascended on the Big Apple this week, and we kicked things off at the SS19 preview for DYNE — the technical sportswear brand spearheaded to perfection by seasoned designer Christopher Bevans. Take a quick look at our IG recap below from the presentation yesterday:



The “Future Nomad” collection, named in an effort to bring a sense of outdoors travel in the design story, was filled with amazingly constructed garments that rode the line between performance-ready athletic apparel and the cut-and-sew pieces you’d normally find on a haute couture runway. One of the reasons for that design dichotomy is due to the fine seam work that DYNE was able to accomplish in collaboration with Bemis and its Sewfree® bonding technique. The seamless structure can be found all throughout the collection, particularly with looks like the Burnham Woven short-sleeved top and its matching Pisano Pant (seen below, Look 1). Other standouts include a vibrant multi-print jersey in collaboration with Le Ballon FC, a monochrome coach’s jackets in charcoal, Renzo joggers in various colors and high-grade outwear amongst other items.

Peep all the looks in the DYNE Spring/Summer 2019 lookbook below, and stay tuned this week for more NYFW: Men’s coverage here on TheSource.com and our social media.