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The 10 Best Things to Snag from Designers at New York Fashion Week: Men's

From Esquire Magazine

1. This Field Jacket from Tommy Hilfiger 

Cotton jacket ($189) by Tommy Hilfiger, usa.tommy.com
See the faded, lived-in effect? That's the result of pigment dyeing, and this lightweight, two-tone, deep-pocketed field jacket was built to look like you've had it forever.

2. This Bag from Shinola

Leather bag ($895) by Shinola, shinola.com
An optimally sized tote from the Detroit brand's new leather-goods capsule collection. The leather is straight out of Chicago's Horween factory, which means it's some of the toughest stuff around.

3. This Sweater from Billy Reid

Wool-blend sweater (price available upon request) by Billy Reid, billyreid.com
We're not sure what we'd call the pattern on this chunky knit, but as with most things Billy Reid, it will mark the man wearing it in the best possible way.

4. This Button-Down from Thom Browne

Cotton shirt ($350) by Thom Browne, thombrowne.com
Browne has always upended our expectations of how things should fit, and this trim button-down shirt will follow your body's natural contours so well that the rest of your shirts will start to feel loose.

5. This Sweatshirt from Public School

Knit crewneck sweatshirt ($525) by Public School, publicschoolnyc.com
Nobody is doing tailored sweatshirts better than Public School right now, and this blend of acrylic, viscose, and polyurethane feels like cashmere and fits like nothing else in the world.

6. This Weekender from Coach

Leather bag ($695) by Coach, coach.com
The pebbled leather. The earthy shade of green. The soft and sturdy shell. This is what Coach does best.

7. This Gray Suit from John Varvatos 

Virgin-wool four-button jacket ($1,498), virgin-wool trousers ($598), virgin-wool vest ($598), and cotton-and-linen shirt ($228) by John Varvatos, johnvarvatos.com; leather shoes ($185) by Johnston & Murphy, johnstonandmurphy.com

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