London Collections: MEN
There isn’t even a slightest wonder what every fashion conscious man in London was up to this weekend. The first and most exciting menswear London Fashion week, well three days to be precise, brought all of the British talents together to present the next season’s SS 2013 collections.
Starting with the opening events on Thursday night, followed by the shows of the Lou Dalton, Oliver Spencer and Christopher Raeburn, closed by Burberry event the past three days have invited all of us to indulge in the finest of the menswear and allowed us to start planning the next season wardrobe. By the looks of it the colour blocking is out, the sharp tailoring remains and the muted colours are the winners.
Hackett brought the best of the British savile row with its variety of tailored suits. However the summer vibes more than felt from the mix&match prints ranging from simple stripes to paisley prints.
Topman as per usual presented a youthful, carefree and most certainly noticeable collection. The colour blocking may be out but rocking one colour dominating outfit will most certainly be the next season’s hottest trend.
As ever precise, tailored, clean cut dominating, masculine only with a hint of vivid popping colours E. Tautz collection has definitely stole my heart.
Inspired by the undersea world, dominated by turquoise blues, golds and fish prints Katie Eary’s collection was yet one another attention drawing collection.
James Long SS 2013 collection was more than not just summery. Black knee-lenght shorts matched with white shirt or black printed jumpers seemed to be the next season’s key look. As the biggest fan of black I am over the moon to see that this colour is included in next season!
Omar Kashoura as always clean and masculine.