How to dress for men’s events
It’s hard to find a men’s event without some sort of a men-only policy.
And this year, we’re all in it together, as the 2017 GALA Men’s Wear Fair was held in Manhattan this weekend.
There were more than 500 events, ranging from an evening at the Museum of Modern Art to a men and boys cocktail party in the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
So it’s a little weird to have an event where you’re required to wear a suit and tie.
And we’ve decided to do our part to bring some attention to the issue.
“We have a really big and growing demand for men-centric events, which is one of the things we’re really trying to do,” said John D’Addario, president of The Ragged, a New York-based men’s fashion boutique.
D’Addarios is a big supporter of the Men’s Rights Movement, and the festival, in fact, has come under fire from some in the movement for having a “no men’s rights” policy.
The GALAS Women’s Fair, in Brooklyn, was also an event for all women and girls this year.
But the GALAs men-focused event was held exclusively for men, and this year there were no women-only events.
And while there were other women-focused events in the city, there were also plenty of men-friendly events, including a men, women and kids party in Manhattan.
As for the fashion, D’addarios said the biggest reason men are drawn to fashion is that the trend is going mainstream.
I’m really interested in how the men’s clothing industry responds to this, and how they see fashion as a platform to address some of the issues that have been highlighted by the movement, he said.
It was a mixed bag of styles, but some men loved it, Daddarios added.
One event, which featured the “Fashion for Men” video series, was particularly popular, he added.
“I think we’ve had some really great, diverse and interesting events for men,” he said, but the fashion industry is trying to be careful not to overstep its bounds and create too much for men to wear, he told The Associated Press.
“I think the fashion world, and our industry, needs to take a step back and not be too aggressive in the pursuit of diversity.”
And it’s not just the fashion community that is on board with the change.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said at the event that he had heard from many men who were inspired by the fashion movement and wanted to help make the fashion scene more inclusive for all people.
We need to stop this kind of fear mongering and promote this great work, he wrote in a Facebook post.