Menswear Designer Todd Snyder interviewed during WWD Menswear Summit.
WWD’s Rosemary Feitelberg writes, “Having worked in the industry for 20-plus years at companies such as Ralph Lauren and J. Crew, the designer, a three-time CFDA award nominee, ventured out on his own four years ago to launch his signature brand …
After interning at Ralph Lauren in 1992, a year later he joined J. Crew, where he taught himself how to sew, thanks in part to helping the company’s tailors during his off-hours. Unable to afford designer labels, he went to Manhattan’s “amazing fabric stores” and started making his own shirts at home on the weekends. “That’s actually how I got known. I was in a meeting with the head merchant, who said, ‘That’s a cool shirt. Where did you get it?’ I told him that I made it’ and he said, ‘What?’”
His clothes are cool. Like, they’re very classic, timeless which means, you can wear the style for many years. Upon a quick lookup from ODIN.com, website of one of our favorite stores in NYC for menswear, we couldn’t find him?! What happened?
Menswear Designer Todd Snyder
Here are some of his featured new items from www.ToddSnyder.com
And you can buy some older stuff from Amazon.com. They look pretty classic.
And these are some runway looks from his Spring Summer 2015 lookbook. We love the color scheme. Very comfy.