Top ten menswear moments of 2013

All photos by Mauricio O. Rocha
Although 2013 is over, the fantastic street-style we encountered over the past twelve months is still on our minds. On the streets of Denver last year, we spotted everything from Marc Jacobs to A Clockwork Orange -inspired punk. Keep reading for our top ten menswear moments from 2013.

See also: Top ten womenswear moments of 2013

All photos by Mauricio O. Rocha
10) We spotted entrepreneur Davon Williams on 17th and Welton streets. His Louis Vuitton backpack caught out our attention, and he confessed to having a collection of Vuitton accessories -- including a portfolio and briefcase. We appreciate his ability to inject high fashion into a casual daytime look.

9) Jovan Bridges is local student and artist. When we spotted him near Colfax and Broadway, he was wearing a shirt that mixed white lace with a graphic black- and-white striped print that blurred the line between menswear and womenswear. We give him props for trying to shake things up and creating his own original look, complete with Toms footwear.

8) Industrial dancer Jolt Holcomb takes the phrase "favorite film" to a whole new level. He lives his life by the visual culture and iconography displayed in Stanley Kubrick's 1971 film A Clockwork Orange. He has the look locked down: derby hat, military boots and a menacing grin. Holcomb updates the look with punk-rock patches and safety pins to create a anarchist Alex Delarge homage. We appreciate his dedication to personal obsessions.

7) When we saw artist Juan Nunez on Broadway, he was wearing a scarf re-purposed a scarf as a shirt. Not only that, but he'd given a bleach pattern to his scarf/shirt for added effect. His innovative DIY style is refreshing, and we give him extra credit for going against the grain.

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