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Cadillac launches Nick Wooster-curated capsule collection

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Aug 12, 2015

(Relaxnews) - Cadillac is making further inroads into men's fashion with a specially curated capsule collection styled by the iconic Nick Wooster.



Comprised 15 pieces from the Fall/Winter 2015 collections of some of New York Men's Day's (NYMD) most influential emerging designers, the Cadillac Capsule Collection is set to launch this September.

It includes exclusive pieces from David Hart, Cadet and Ernest Alexander, alongside garments designed by Gents, J. Lindeberg, Mark McNairy New Amsterdam and Timo Weiland.

"Getting dressed is a form of self-expression, and today, men are more attuned than ever to the possibilities in front of them," says Wooster. "My approach to curating this collection with Cadillac was to show a spectrum of ideas that can fit into a variety of lifestyles. We've worked with a cross section of some of the most interesting emerging designers to create a collection that is, in my opinion, stylish, appropriate and cool."

New York based Wooster's menswear career spans 30 years and innumerous top brands, including Calvin Klein, Barneys New York, Ralph Lauren, Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus, where he held the position of Men's Fashion Director until 2011.

The launch is the latest move by the luxury car brand to demonstrate its flair for fashion, following a significant year for the brand within the menswear arena that saw it present sponsorships for both seasons of New York Men's Day, as well as securing a partnership with the Council of Fashion Designers of America in support of the first New York Fashion Week: Men's.

The Cadillac Capsule Collection will be available exclusively on gilt.com/cadillaccapsule from September 9, with prices ranging from $59 to $2,000. All of Wooster's 15 looks will debut at a kick-off VIP shopping event in New York City on September 1.
 

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