Matthew Miller launched his Autumn/Winter 2015 collection, his first standalone show without NewGen support, on the back of his customary attitude to fashion. Read my full review here.
Topman Design kicked off London Collections: Men for Autumn/Winter 2015 with their homage to rock & roll of the 60s and 70s. Read my full review here,
The Sibling man wears pink . . . and carries a teddybear! This season the Sibling collection is awash with pink, as designer trio have used every shade from hot fuchsias to pastel tones.
The Moschino blizzard has torn through town! Wrapped in layers, the Moschino man is ready to battle the elements. Trekking through the wintery woods, he’s prepared for anything – from cropped shearling bombers and gold foil puffers to patchwork Montgomerys and […]
Domingo Rodriguez returned to the designer showrooms of London Collections: Men to present his Autumn/Winter collection. This season the Liverpool born designer incorporates a romantic take on tailoring into his monochrome collection, along with his signature super soft leathers. Domingo’s […]
Astrid Andersen continues to her exploration of the dichotomy and synergy of traditional Japanese culture and the contemporary urban environment for Autumn/Winter 2015. Colours and silhouettes are inspired by the endless transience and signal a more restrained dimension of the […]
5Both statement and luxury, AW15/16 ‘Noir Desir’ embodies the darkest desires of the twentieth Century gladiator, reflecting an evolution of the brand’s signature outerwear including Italian leather bikers, geometric bombers and longline coats referencing the notion of Greco Roman meets 1970s British Punk culture. […]
Entitled Wild West, Xander Zhou’s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection is the designer’s contemporary interpretation of the cowboys of Western films. Read my full review here.
Inspired by the era of escalating surveillance by government agencies and corporations, Maharishi’s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection seeks deep cover, protecting the man beneath. Read my full review here.
This season Mullins explores the sexually charged world of a high flying creative and his blasé attitude to all that surrounds him. Read my full review here.
For Autumn/Winter 2015 Alan Taylor has moved away from his signature tweed pieces, while successfully maintaining the aesthetic of the brand through his use of tailoring mixed with the slap-dash shapes of late 90’s skatewear. www.alantaylordesign.co.uk
It’s the fourth a final day of London Collections: Men, follow my live blog as I bring you updates from all of today’s action. It’s 9am, a GQ China are kicking off today with a catwalk show from Sankuanz. It’s […]
Returning to London Collections Men, Kit Neale presented his first catwalk show, inspired by a twisted circus. Read my full review here.
Christopher Shannon’s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection combines the British designer’s signature sportswear elements with traditional fabrics, creating a masculine range of classically influenced looks. Read my full review here.
For Autumn/Winter 2015 Lou Dalton brings functionality to her collection, whilst maintaining the sensitivity of the man beneath. Read my full review here.
This collection presents Nasir Mazhar’s notion of normal, through the wardrobe essentials of a man; two piece sweats, protective roadwear, and smartened pieces still in matching tops and bottoms.
It’s day three of London Collections: Men, after a night of partying, the pace may be a little slower today . . . Time to kick things off with breakfast and the Baartmans & Siegel show. Straight over to James […]
It’s day two of London Collections: Men, follow my live blog as I dash around town. Start the day with a coffee – this season the cups have been designed by Christopher Shannon. It”s straight to The Old Sorting Office […]
Another season of London Collections: Men has just kicked off. The capitol has been taken over by designers, fashionistas, and photographers. Topman Design has just kicked things off with a retro inspired collection. It’s straight over for Victoria House for Kit […]
Coat and Pants: Selected Homme Shirt, Shoes, Bow & Jumper: Topman Bag: Balenciaga