January 13th, 2017

London Fashion Week: Men’s

Men’s London Fashion Week has been and gone in a blink of an eye, and this season’s trends will certainly have you standing out in the crowd.

That feeling that you get on a Monday, the weekend’s over, you’re back to setting your alarm – that’s pretty much what January feels like. Cold, grey, and miserable, with long dark evenings. Thankfully, this year designers have added hues of bright neons into their collections that will definitely make you smile, and to brighten your drab January days even more, add a touch of colourblocked patchwork to your look. For all you indecisive chaps out there, this all-in-on trend, combining patchwork, bright colours and fun silhouettes will be your go to option – just as Alex Mullins and Christopher Shannon showcased.

Women’s luxe pyjamas emerged by force at the end of last year, and Katie Eary has finally invited men to the 2017 slumber party. Silky sleepwear is no longer just for the boudoir, watch out for the brightly printed co-ord pyjamas greeting you down the street or sitting next to for your morning coffee.

With the Puffa trend staying put and the Scandinavian Hygge concept reaching the English boarders, designers have latched onto the idea of chic and functionality. In true winter style, layering, detailing and tailoring are a must and Berthold, Maharishi and KTZ showcased this perfectly with silhouette’s that are free from defined shapes adding an urban edge to what could been seen as classic pieces. (see below).

Whilst some catwalk pieces may seem daring, look beyond the runway and chose preferred items and style it to your everyday taste.

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Street Style 

With the catwalks showcasing the latest designer collections, the FROW is not the only place to look for the latest trends. To find what the ‘real men’ are wearing, just head to the streets and scan the pavements.

Twenty-first century British street style has always had a casual sense, even when wearing a stiff two-piece, men tend to team with trainers rather than formal footwear. Unlike last year’s biker jackets, trainers and assortment of tailoring, men’s 2017 street style showcases winter layers, statements scarves and the casual-chic athleisure trend.

The celebs and the bloggers took the streets by storm and followed this seasons trends of layering and mixing classic tailoring with the casual sports trend.


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