THE BEST OF NYFW FW14 STREETSTYLE MENSWEAR

JAPANESE-INSPIRED

Perhaps the most inaccessible collection from

Marc Jacobs' menswear collections

thus far, due to its wildly graphical to sportswear. The obi-inspired overcoats were my favorite pieces -- there is an undeniable simplicity and elegance to them that would look great as a standalone or outer layer.

MAD HATTER

Robert Geller's FW14 menswear collection

is, for lack of a better word, everything. The chic take on Mad Hatter style has my innards quivering with joy. Again, the main trend takeaway here is elevating the basics while keeping it sublimely simple.

GLORIFIED KNITWEAR

Leave it to

Tim Coppens' FW14 menswear collection

to finally make the statement that oversized, architecturally-exaggerated scarves have arrived and are here to stay. It's a strong statement considering that men are rather slow to embrace change and the range of sartorial freedom offered to them, but Tim Coppens' has made all that much easier with unrivaled wearability.

LUXE CASUAL

Tom Ford's signature aesthetic has always been about the decadent, polished and moody man. With his

FW14 menswear collection

, Tom retains all those characteristics while giving it a street casual accessibility. The buttery leather and lush shearling jackets are nevertheless visually stunning. Flawlessness at its best!