In celebration of New York Fashion Week: Men's spring/summer 2017, which kicked off on Monday July 11, we've highlighted our favorite New York-based menswear bloggers. Who knows? You might find some street style inspiration for your next big night out in the Big Apple.
You can see the full schedule for New York Fashion Week: Men's spring/summer 2017 — featuring Michael Kors, John Elliott, Deveaux, John Varvatos and more — here.
Jamal Jackson — Style Society Guy Blog
Jamal lives in New York and created Style Society Guy to share his fascination with menswear. 90% of the posts on his blog is photos he took himself. In an interview by The Daily Front Row Jamal discusses his blog and says "I show readers how they can accomplish a look they see, how they can build on a wardrobe, and where they can find the items I feature on my website."
Dan Chizzoniti — Real Guys Wear Ties
New post is up! Telling you my top 3 fave resties in #flatiron! [LINK IN BIO] | _ @thatgenevieve A photo posted by Dan Chizzoniti (@danchiz) on
Real Guys Wear Ties is a menswear and grooming blog that sets out to explore the personal style, grooming and lifestyle of a modern millennial man. In addition to grooming and styling tips, the blog features Dan Chizzoniti's exotic travelling exhibitions, and food and drink events happening in New York City.
Marcel Floruss — One Dapper Street
Urban Safari vibes on the blog today _ wearing @bananarepublic _ #1dapperst #YourlifeStyled http://liketk.it/2oH2J @liketoknow.it #liketkit #ODSpartner A photo posted by One Dapper Street (@marcelfloruss) on
One Dapper Street is a way for Marcel Floruss to share his passion for shopping and photography with the world. German native Marcel moved to one of the fashion capitols to pursue his interest in fashion - one thing lead to another and One Dapper Street was created.
According to The Huffington Post Floruss runs one of the "most influential male Instagram accounts out there." It features images of perfectly tailored suits, crisp leather accesories, edgy streetwear and daily outfit inspirations.
Brian Sacawa — He Spoke Style
In 2013 Brian created He Spoke Style as a way to mix men's style inspiration with men's style information. He dedicated the site to every regular men that are interested in menswear, and to provide them with practical style advice. In an interview with Gentlemans Gazette Brian mentions that how you dress has a really direct effect on how people look at you and and the image you project.
Justin Livingston — Scout Sixteen
_ ain't nobody fresher than my clique _ // crew love with @themetroman and @oh_anthonio from my recent post with @vincecamuto shoes __ #vincecamutomens #sponsor A photo posted by justin livingston (@justinliv) on
Justin a freelance writer with a focus on fashion created Scout Sixteen, a blog in which he shares his passion for style and life. Justin spends his days scouting - hence the name - out new discoveries for Scout Sixteen readers. The New York-based lifestyle blog covers style, home, and travel.
Moti Ankari — The Metro Man
Middle fingers up, put them hands high. // _ by @simonova_photo A photo posted by Moti Ankari (@themetroman) on
The Metro Man is a NYC-based site dedicated to men's fashion and personal style. Moti Ankari's style is inspired by the city he lives in. According to Ankari in a Daily Front Row interview New York City has so much diversity, culture and endless inspiration for everyday outfits. When asked what every "Metro Man" should own, Ankari responded with a "badass leather jacket".
Anthony Urbano — Oh Anthonio
God I love a good animal print! Wearing head to toe @asos_us today (link in bio) #AsSeenOnMe #leopardprint #sponsored #summerstyle (_ @spencer1901) A photo posted by Anthony Urbano (@oh_anthonio) on
Anthony created Oh Antonio in 2011, as a creative outlet. It is a creative platform where Anthony shares his perspective on all things fashion, lifestyle, food and travel. Follow Anthony on instagram for fun, creative and, of course fashionable photos.