Shearling galore, for Coach’s men’s runway debut at London Collections: Men AW15 creative director Stuart Vevers filled the new collection with city sleek looks that featured a lot of the sheepskin fabric on the key items. Read the rest of this entry
The highlight of London Collections: Men’s final day was undoubtedly the Burberry Prorsum menswear presentation in Hyde Park. Designer Christopher Bailey’s autumn/winter 2014 collection featured both neutral solid tones with colorful patterns and prints on over-sized silk scarves, man bags and overcoats.
In a nod to the luxury label’s British heritage according to the Daily Mail, many of the pieces were emblazoned with iconic London imagery, such as the skyline and maps of city streets.
See favorite styles below, plus the full autumn/winter 2014 presentation at the end:
Part of the final day of London Collections: Men, Oliver Spencer’s autumn/winter 2014 collection featured the designer’s passion of combining modern and classic styles. Charcoal, navy and forest green are the main focus of colors used, along with hints of bright tones such as orange and yellow and the neutrals of tan and black.
The collection is said to have been influenced by “Purism, architecture and London’s ever-evolving subcultures”, and Mr. Spencer’s key pieces include the Shawl Collar Donegal Jacket, Lightweight Nylon Mac, Judo Pants and the Caramel Epsom Coat.
See the full collection below:
London Collections: Men just wrapped up day two of the bi-annual menswear presentations, and Hackett London won me over for their travel inspired autumn/winter 2014 collection. Dubbing the presentation, ‘The Hotel Hackett’, the styles were said to be a “roll call of characters that you might encounter in the lobby of a stylish hotel. These characters include the CEO, the explorer, the travel photographer, the hunter and the graduate.
A couple of the styles were worn by ‘real men’ to bring the concept of the show to life. Among the professional models in all sorts of knitwear, suits, overcoats, blazers and beautiful luggage and bags, British actors Jack Fox and Henry Lloyd Hughes (above) and former international rugby star Thom Evans (though to be fair, he does model in real life) were present, with Jeremy Hackett closing out the show.
See the full collection below:
Another strong presentation from day one at London Collections: Men, Hardy Amies’ autumn/winter 2014 collection shows British dapper menswear at its finest.
The heritage brand from Savile Row featured neutral on neutral tones with hints of red and blue that have us pay more attention to each coat, sweater, shirt and suit separates, with plaid and stripe in the mix.
One of the British menswear brands who kicked off the London Collections: Men today was Topman, who gave us some rainy realness (literally).
Chunky sweaters, topcoats, overcoats, mixed media peacoats and raincoats filled out its line up, and those raincoats were put to the test at the end when the models were drenched during the final walk. Watch the of the full show video at the end.