The standard jeans and T-shirt are always great, but Ari Fish thinks men deserve more options. "I look at every guy and say, ÔMan, I'd love to style him,'" she says. Fish dressed several men for the summer's West 18th Street Fashion Show, saying on the event's Web site that she designs for "those who are in need of a uniform for the apocalypse but, before, must attend a cocktail party where the martinis' olives are stacked on machetes." In the show's only all-male collection, Fish's models, 20-somethings and more middle-aged sorts, emerged in durable-looking white, black or silver futuristic uniforms that bagged, cinched and zipped in often-surprising places. "How clothes fit the male body is so interesting to me," she says. We agree!