In New York, the ’60s were in full swing at Todd Snyder. The American designer favored the decade’s suited, skinny-tied look for Fall/Winter 2014, but with an injection of rock and roll — references like Mick Jagger, David Bowie and The Who’s Quadrophenia. In an autumnal palette of grey, brown, black and burgundy, the collection also included bomber jackets, graphic sweaters and Snyder’s personal favorite — a shaved shearling topcoat — along with tech touches in the form of bonded nylons and waterproof cottons. Take a look at the Fall/Winter 2014 show here and let us know your thoughts below.
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