Although Storm Nemo definitely tried to steal the show, Marlon Gobel triumphed effortlessly. Some of the most sought-after male models stood in attendance, including the insanely smoldering supermodel, Chad White.
The Marlon Gobel Collection was geared to a distinguished, yet rugged man. A classically crafted outdoorsy wardrobe matched with footwear from Hunter Boots and a Garrison cap.
Impressive blazers with extreme detail in popular styles like khaki, denim, wool and plaid, fur-lined tweed and zigzag design.
Complimentary button-down fabric choices included lumberjack, checkered and tartan, with a few select turtlenecks and cardigans thrown in the mix.
Pants were neutrally colored in khaki variations with a punch of serious denim.
Marlon Gobel trenches emitted sensuality in casual denim, army green and midnight black, while coats mimicked shirt patterns in lumberjack and zigzag. Cool jacket embellishments included extra zipper and buckle features.
For the finale, a female model emerged in a sheer metallic zipper blazer jacket, suitably fashioned to spruce up a drab wardrobe. @Marlon.Gobel
Fern Mallis (creator of Fashion Week and Fern Mallis LLC) engaged Marlon Gobel in a light interview for XM Sirius Satellite Radio.