You can always rely on London to put an experimental, edgy, and eclectic twist on the season’s trends, and the Men’s Spring 19 runways were no exception. London’s Men’s Fashion Week, which took place in the capital between June 8 and 11, showcased both established and emerging designers across the four-day schedule. Here, we’ve rounded up five of the shows – and their most standout looks – that you simply cannot miss.
London’s underground creatives and ’90s club culture inspired a collection of spray-painted denim, patterned shirts, retro sweaters and square toe loafers. A standout collection.
A finalist for the LVMH Prize, designer Samuel Ross showed creative ambition for Spring 2019 with deconstructive wardrobe staples in technical fabrics.
With sustainability and the use of recycled fabrics at the core of Raeburn’s ethos, the designer’s Spring 2019 offering – in collaboration with Timberland – featured secondhand materials reworked into oversized parkas, athleisure basics and silk shorts printed with NASA satellite imagery.
The go-to designer for ‘classics done well’ delivered soft suiting, mix-and-match tailoring and linen separates – the backbone to any successful summer wardrobe.
Uniforms for low-impact sports – yoga et al – and summer breaks to wellness retreats were in abundance through ultra wearable shorts and jackets, with the addition of some strong leather tracksuits.
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