I have to admit, I don't really have much of an opinion when it comes to Men's clothing. For me, it usually just falls into three categories: love, hate, or meh. Generally speaking though, I do really like Odyn Vovk's clothes, and the consistently dark, grifter aesthetic he creates. This season, designer Austin Sherbanenko took a rather improvisational approach to the collection, allegedly tapping his subconscious to create everything from the garments to the final presentation for the show. Sherbanenko's pieces aren't realized until the fabrics and textiles are in hand, and they are what dictate the design, pattern and cut. To showcase his off-the-cuff design style, Sherbanenko hired a musician who wrote his guitar piece on the spot, and hastily put together the elements of the set and presentation hours before the show started. The result perfectly showcased his precisely undone look.