Death to Tennis 2017 Fall/Winter Collection Offers Menswear Classics With a Touch of Subversion

The emerging menswear label shows at NYFW.

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Emerging menswear label Death to Tennis showed its Fall/Winter 2017 collection at New York Fashion Week today. The NYC-based brand is known for its design longevity via an emphasis on quality craftsmanship and menswear classics. For its most recent collection, streetwear staples were given slightly enlarged proportions and underscored by a subtle vein of eroticism à la fishnet face masks. Baggy, mostly monochrome outfits were framed by beanie hats and Dr. Martens boots, as utility wear, unwashed denim, chore jackets, tailored coats and quilted bombers showed the label’s versatility in concocting modern silhouettes. Take a look at the full Death to Tennis Spring/Summer 2017 collection show above and share your thoughts in the comments below.

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