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Michael Fenici Menswear Fall 2013

By KristySamone — April 02, 2013

Happy Tuesday Fashion Femme Fatales!! I can’t wait to share with you a different runway rocked by actual New York businessmen! Yes – these weren’t models, but they looked like it. As part of February’s Nolcha Fashion Week, Lebanon-based designer Michael Fenici showed his fall 2013 bespoke men’s line.  In fact, the first model in the picture gallery below  is  Nolcha President  Arthur Mandel. The goal was to illustrate how Michael expertly tailors his designs for all types of men. I loved the plaid paints, tuxedos, and floppy bow ties!!! Check out the businessmen making their modeling debut (in order): Arthur Mandel (Nolcha Prez), Brett David (Maitre D’ of THE GENERAL), Charles Ferri (CEO, Star Vodka), Henry Stimler (Owner, Jezebel SoHo), Jonathan Stein (VNV Media), Joshua Kaston (Financial Alliance VP), Matthew Tollin (Founder of, Sergio Fernandez de Cordova (Global Entrepreneurs Council at United Nations), Trey Morgan (Z100 On-Air Host), and Tyson Hempel (Corporate Account Manager at CommVault). Special thanks to my amazing photographer Tracey Goldsberry who also loved this collection! Like I always say there’s nothing quite like a well-dressed gentleman!



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I'm a media strategist, fashion fan and whimsical event planner. For years, I've been "reporting" from fashion shows and fabulous events to my loved one out of pure joy. Unbeknowest to me in February 2012 my sister started with photos and letters I'd sent her from New York Fashion Week. She said, "I think you need a blog!" LOL! I've been trying keep us with this and life ever since:) Thanks so much for reading!

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