Private Policy F/W 2020. Ponyboy magazine.

PRIVATE POLICY
F/W 2020

Continuing PRIVATE POLICY's socio-political brand DNA, their FW20 collection aims to uncover the dark side of the American pharmaceutical indus- try.
Fix & Fax by Katya Leonovich for Fall 2020. Ponyboy magazine.

FIX & FAX
FALL 2020

Fall 2020 utilizes raw silk yarns from India, which are transformed into handcrafted knitwear; sheer organza, nylon and pop art printed stretch fabrications.
Backstage at Dirty Pineapple for Fall/Winter 2020. Photography by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine.

DIRTY PINEAPPLE
F/W 2020

In the late 1940s The New Look Brought back the spirit of haute couture, emphasizing aesthetic over the function of the popular fashions of wartime. Similarly, formalwear led to the rise of streetwear in the 1990s, influenced by American sport and music culture.
NIHL Fall/Winter 2020. Photography by Alexander Thompson. Ponyboy magazine.

NIHL
F/W 2020

For NIHL’s Fall/Winter 2020 collection, a great deal of inspiration was derived from villains and characters within horror films who embody a certain queer persona.
threeASFOUR for Spring/Summer 2020. Ponyboy magazine.

threeASFOUR
S/S 2020

“The essence of all beings is Earth. The essence of the Earth is Water. The essence of Water is plants. The essence of plants is the human being.” – Chandogya Upanishad
Fix & Fax by Katya Leonovich. Spring 2020. Photography by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine.

FIX & FAX
SPRING 2020

Fix and Fax is the newest Mens collection designed by Katya Leonovich. Leonovich, a designer best known for her couture womenswear line is also a fine artist.
Dirty Pineapple Spring/Summer 2020. Ponboy magazine.

DIRTY PINEAPPLE
S/S 2020

Dirty Pineapple explores the idea that personas from past relationships are recycled through life with one’s different partners. They call it recycled love.
Willy Chavarria for Spring/Summer 2020. Photography by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine.

WILLY CHAVARRIA
S/S 2020

WILLY CHAVARRIA is a conceptual fashion label with a cinematic approach to design and presentation.
Private Policy Spring/Summer 2020. Ponyboy magazine.

PRIVATE POLICY
S/S 2020

“Divided,” “torn,” “polarized,” all seem to be the words describing the tension between liberals and conservatives, rich and poor, different races.
Tokyo James. Spring/Summer 2020. Ponyboy magazine.

TOKYO JAMES
S/S 2020

Tokyo James is a menswear brand founded by Iniye Tokyo James in 2015 after he relocated to the burgeoning African fashion capital of Lagos, Nigeria.
David Hart 2020 menswear collection. Photographed for Ponyboy magazine by Alexander Thompson.

DAVID HART
SPRING 2020

The David Hart menswear collection photographed in New York City during men's fashion week.
Peacebird Men. Autumn/Winter 2019. Ponyboy magazine.

PEACEBIRD
A/W 2019

PEACEBIRD MEN, as one of the top fashion brands in Mainland China, takes brand innovation as its core competitiveness and seeks fashion perspectives from today’s young people. It focuses on the fashion subculture of youth.
Chenpeng A/W 2019. Ponboy magazine.

CHENPENG
A/W 2019

“When I started Chenpeng I was twenty-four. I always knew what I wanted”. Designer Peng Chen.
Bobby Day menswear for Fall/Winter 2019. Ponyboy magazine.

BOBBY DAY
F/W 2019

Bobby West is the creative force behind the men’s line BobbyDay. West is known for providing a provocative and creative way of merging fine craftsmanship, slogans that push buttons & with his “no rules should apply in fashion” mind state.
Laurence & Chico Fall/Winter 2019. Ponyboy magazine.

LAURENCE & CHICO
F/W 2019

Laurence & Chico’s Fall/Winter 2019 is inspired by the designer duo’s recent trip to Thailand. Thai culture and cuisine are reflected in the collection through the use of bold colors, intricate beading and embroidery.
Landlord. Autumn/Winter 2019. Photography by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine.

LANDLORD
A/W 2019

For LANDLORD'S seventh collection, Creative Director Ryohei Kawanishi went back to school. He was initially exclusively focused on the Ivy League, but then one morning while walking his daughter to school...
Robert Geller Autumn/Winter 2019. Photography by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine.

ROBERT GELLER
A/W 2019

For his AW19 collection, Robert Geller worked with his Japanese team to find ways to do what is almost impossible: Dye Wool, Nylon and cotton in one garment. The results are stunning garments with beautifully subtle color nuances and rich textures.
Linder Spring/Summer 2019. Ponyboy magazine.

LINDER
SPRING 2019

The Linder Spring 2019 womenswear collection by Sam Linder shown during New York Fashion Week.
Christian Cowan Spring/Summer 2019. Photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine.

CHRISTIAN COWAN
SPRING/SUMMER 2019

Christian Cowan is the young handsome and oh-so-talented designer that we fell in love with last season. And this season was another love affair with his creative and colorful collection that was sent down the runway for Spring/Summer 2019.
N. Hoolywood. Spring 2019. Photography by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine.

N. HOOLYWOOD
SPRING 2019

We first fell in love with designer Daisuke Obana's creations for the N. Hoolywood Japanese menswear label some seasons back and the designer consistently intrigues us season after season.
David Hart. Spring/Summer 2019 menswear. Photography by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine.

DAVID HART
SPRING/SUMMER 2019

It's no secret that we eagerly await whatever New York City menswear designer David Hart throws at us on his runway each season. And we're never disappointed. This season saw an obvious nod to the early 70s, and we were enamored with the entire collection.
Designer Feng Chen Wang for Spring 2019. Photography by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine.

FENG CHEN WANG
SPRING 2019

Feng Chen Weng is the extremely talented Chinese menswear designer that we are oh so enamored with. This season she gave us very interesting twists on American classics - terrific collaborations with both Levi's 501 and Converse Chuck Taylor's.