Set behind a caged runway and lined with shards of mirror, KTZ Spring/Summer 2016 collection is a “high voltage” mix of PVC and primary colours. Read my full review here.
Re-imagined military silhouettes take influence from French Orphism artist Sonia Delaunay for Joseph Turvey’s SS16 collection. Read my full review here.
Universal Works and creative Allan Buxton presented ‘Not Another Catwalk‘, a collaborative project that combines stop motion animation, installation, and catwalk to showcase the brands Spring/Summer 2016 collection. Read my full review here.
Drawing on the work of minimalist sculptor Richard Serra, Oliver Spencer’s cacophony of clashing textures, colours and lines have come together to form a comprehensive and considered collection. Read my full review here.
Returning to London Collections: Men for a third season, Sankuanz’ Spring/Summer 2016 collection is his own interpretation of the ethnic costumes and styles of the nomadic people of North China. Read my full review here.
Making his solo catwalk debut Bobby Abley revisits his intergalactic first LC:M collection ‘Astro-Abley’, reworking colours and graphics in new signature silhouettes, inspired by Star Wars. Read my full review here.
Influenced by texture and sensibility of the Poster Paintings series by artist Klara Liden, Berthold returned to LCM with another signature collection, characterised by a utilitarian sense of colour. Read my full review here.
Continuing their desecration and investigation of male subcultures, the Sibling trio have turned their attention to the top of the food chain – the jock. Read my full review here.
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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,
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.
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.
British menswear designer Christopher Shannon has continued his long term relationship with Eastpak, collaborating on a range of bags for Designers Against AIDS – the non-profit organisation using pop culture to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS. Read the full article here. […]
Over five days Latin America’s pre-eminent fashion event, São Paulo Fashion Week, has showcased the talent of both domestic and international designers for Autumn/Winter 2015. Now in its 38th edition, the event took place on a set inspired by the Bauhaus […]