The men’s designers of today are still being held back by their gender, and they’re getting some good news on Friday when the world’s top five designers will be announced.
The winners will be unveiled at the Men’s Fashion Awards at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, the world famous venue for fashion shows.
There are so many of them in the running, that we’ve narrowed it down to just five.
They’re:The Designer’s Choice award is the best overall award, with the best shoes being made by two of the three top designers: Ralph Lauren’s Men’s Designer Boots and the designer’s name will be engraved on their shoes.
The Designer of the Year award is given to the best designer in their field of expertise, with Ralph Lauren being named as the man who makes the best men of today.
The winner will also be announced on the runway, with a special award for the first man to win a shoe from their line.
The men’s footwear industry has been growing for the past 20 years, and it’s now worth an estimated $7.3 billion, according to the latest figures from the International Association of Marketers.
And as part of the industry, there are still some major gender differences, with men earning more than women on average, and there’s also a clear bias towards men.
But despite this, men are still making the majority of the world´s best-selling men´s shoes.
In fact, the men’s shoe industry has a male workforce of more than 8,000, compared to an average of just over 1,000 men, according the International Men´s Association.
For example, in the United States, men make up just over 5% of the shoe-makers, according, and only 2% of footwear manufacturing jobs.
But the industry is growing rapidly, with more than 10,000 new companies incorporated in 2016 alone.
The biggest growth area for the industry has so far been the footwear industry, where it has become one of the fastest growing industries in the world.
As we look forward to this year’s awards, here are our top five winners.
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