New York Fashion Week Men's Best Moments: See Pics From Day 2

It's Men's Fashion Week in New York City and photographer Daniela Kirsch was there to take Patch through the second day of catwalks and most memorable moments! Be sure to check out more of our favorite highlights from the Spring/Summer 2019 Menswear shows captured right from Daniela's Lens.

Also, catch up on NYFW Men's: Day 1 Here!


10:30 a.m.

The first show today day is Feng Chen Wang. She has a gigantic art installation in the middle of the runway that reminds me of a bean bag. I want to cuddle in there and sleep some more.


11:11 a.m.

Zeke Thomas @zeke_thomas looks awake!


11:12 a.m.

Football cornerback Tye Smith @tyesmith and actor Rick Gonzalez @rickgonzalez.


11:22 a.m.

The VIPs are seated right in front of the photographers. That's is an unusual setup.

"Are these the models?" someone says very loud.

"No, these are the celebrities!"


11:31 a.m.

Feng Chen Wang.


12:12 p.m.

R. Kurt Osenlund and partner.

Next up is the Woodhouse Army Show.


12:33 p.m.

I manage to snap an interesting view of the designers.


4:19 p.m.

Nick Graham promises cocktails after the show and the house is packed. His show has a space theme and smiling models.


4:24 p.m.

Landon Griffin, the suited racer @thesuitedracer, is back and Nick Graham brought a group of hip-hop dancing boys. All in all, everyone is in a good mood on the runway in contrast to the often grumpy looking models I see on other runways.


5:00 p.m.

I head over to the N.Hollywood show.


5:02 p.m.

Kelly Oubre Jr. @kellyoubrejr already here.


5:27 p.m.

The linoleum floor is reflecting the clothes in colorful shadows.


6:26 p.m.

And off to the next show. I arrive at the address and there is a long line. I walk right past it and into the club. Nobody stops me. The doormen see my camera and that's good enough. Inside I realize I'm at the wrong party. That's how easy it is to get into things by looking confident, determined and by carrying a big bulky camera.

I finally find my way to the next event.


7:21 p.m.

Linder is showing at the penthouse of the Public hotel downtown.

"This is the most expensive rooftop bar in all of New York City" one of the photographers tells me, "I once took my ex-girlfriend here and we paid $75 for some champagne."

"Is that why she is not your girlfriend anymore?" I ask him.


8:03 p.m.

The scene at the Linder show. It's open bar. I sit comfortably on a sofa and watch the sun going down.


8:32 p.m.

Rapper Thutmose is here looking very handsome. He has been at almost every show this season setting a record in outfit changes.

"I need to do a photo collage of all your looks," I tell him.


9:55 p.m.

I snap a quick photo of some fashion loving club kids getting ready to head to the next after party.

"Are going to Up&Down or Astor place?" they ask me.


11:25 p.m.

Up&Down it is. I skip the line and do a quick 10 minute in and out at Up&Down. The club is packed with male models. Everyone is dancing and drinking.


11:31 p.m.

More dancing.


11:26 p.m.

Right: Model Ralph Souffrant @souffrantnyc


Daniela Kirsch is a renowned entertainment photographer and founder of NameFace — an event photo agency based in New York City. Through her creative expertise and unique visual style, Kirsch not only just knows more than just a thing or two about photographing A-list events, but is forever changing the way we interact with the entertainment industry.


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