It’s the fourth and final day of London Fashion Week Men’s! There’s still plenty of talent waiting to showcase their latest designs!
Here’s all my favourites from day four:
For their FW17 collection, Blood Brother took ‘The River Thames’ as their inspiration. While vast in both its size and relevance, its potential for inspiration was overwhelming.
Teaming classic denims and leather trousers with Briton T-Shirts and high shine leather ankle boots, Creative Director, Delphine Ninous, described a “free-spirited look appropriate for downtime on the docks.” Styling notes were seen in the “naval tattoo” print neck ties and turned up trousers, while brown leather belts were exposed beneath loose polo neck jumpers and plainer crew neck knits.
Qasimi presented its Fall/Winter 2017 collection during London Fashion Week Men’s. For this collection Khalid Al’Qasimi continued to use socio-political themes and was inspired by “Bed In” protest by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969 which took place in room 702 of the Amsterdam Hilton Hotel.
This season presented more see now/buy now collections than ever before. The Fashion East pieces were available at Selfridges straight after their presentations.
Having divided the Vivienne Westwood house into ‘Vivienne Westwood’ and ‘Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood’, this season we saw the Dame herself previewing both her menswear and womenswear lines together at LFWM. Always the stage for her political manifestos, the show was pre-empted by various press and social media calling for environmental “green energy” change. The collection, entitled ‘Ecotricity’, symbolised the designer’s call to arms for political energy and protest against the exploitation of the world’s natural recourses.