Kicking off NYFW, Cockpit USA released a hand-selected capsule of their upcoming F/W 2019 collection at the CFDA approved New York Men's Day. Located at 55 Water St. in downtown New York. Here's a sneak peek of what's to come from such a wonderful event celebrating the creativity of some of the biggest names in fashion. The Cockpit USA Fall/Winter presentation showcased an avant-garde take on the brand's most iconic military design: a traditional N3B Long Parka style in a warm "ranch" russet sheepskin and a striking leatherized sheepskin flight suit, both within the company's traditional DNA. A hybrid take on a historical tanker jacket, in heavy, motorcycle cowhide leather boasting fireman's clasps hardware closures. Other standout pieces included a wax coated waterproof parka in stark glacial white and a new take on the military nylon N2B short leather hooded bomber jacket in slick heavy-duty goatskin trimmed coyote fur to ward off the show. Since 1975, Cockpit USA continues to take pride in preserving American History by telling stories through the design of their garments, honoring those who have, and continue to fight for our country. Cockpit USA outfitted their F/W 2019 Collection items on servicemen of the US Military both active and off duty.
Benjamin Steele, Marine Corps
Kyle Spellacy, US Army
Everet Weston, US Army Veteran
Government contractor since 1980, Cockpit USA features but is not limited to WWII military jackets. Introducing Iconic styles in modern, yet functional designs that are deeply rooted in history. Presenting to just to the right of Cockpit USA, the brand Krammer & Stoudt, debuted the Humphrey jacket; a hybrid collaboration designed by the brand’s creator Mike Rubenstein and Cockpit USA's president, Jeff Clyman.
Attendance was in full swing with favorite faces such as; Eric Rutherford, Tom Bull, and actor Billy Porter.
"We don't consider ourselves a 'fashion brand', but we are an authentic brand that is fashionable." Says Jacky Clyman, EVP of Cockpit USA. The presentation was curated and styled by Cockpit USA's Rudy Gonzales, and also included accessories and highlights provided by Slightly Alabama and Allen Edmonds with whom Cockpit USA is collaborating in the "Artisans of Freedom" made in USA project. Stay tuned for the launch of these amazing styles just in time for the next big chill.
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