With London Fashion Week Men's having drawn to a close this week, the fashion capital of creativity has once again surpassed itself. This season saw Gosha Rubchinskiy tease his upcoming collaboration with Burberry and Vivienne Westwood controversially urge her customers to 'buy less', but
Rather than reaching for matte, earthy hues or in-your-face magentas, Shirey opted for a subdued take on the pink eye color trend: a pearly wash of summery rosé. Shirey used Lise Watier's Souffle shadow, then topped off the eyes with a touch of Lucas' Paw Paw Ointment on just the center of the
London Fashion Week Men’s may be over, but it’s not too soon to start taking inspiration for your wardrobe. Fresh off the runway, we’ve rounded up nine of the most-spotted trends at shows and presentations across the four-day event, including designs from punk-queen Vivienne Westwood and breakout star
Dame Vivienne Westwood is a fighter. Known just as much for her fearless campaigning as she is for her equally courageous fashion design, the 76-year-old – who turned up to her SS18 show in her signature six-inch platforms – has opened up a conversation on the fashion industry’s environmental impact.
Bobby Abley brought some serious fun to the London Fashion Week Men’s catwalk on Monday 12 June. The British designer drew on his love of nostalgia once again for SS18, collaborating with ‘Teletubbies’ to celebrate the TV show’s 20th anniversary and taking us on a trip back to the early noughties.
Day two of London Fashion Week Men’s had even more excitement than the first. Charles Jeffrey – a creative down to the bone – showcased a free and historical collection that left a smile on everyone’s face. The MAN show demonstrated the talent of three up-and-comers while the likes of Wales Bonner and
Charles Jeffrey’s homemade debauchery hit the London catwalk once again. For his first standalone show, the Scottish-born designer gave us yet another insight into his wild LOVERBOY mind. Looking to Britain’s historical past, Jeffrey’s one and only aim was to make us forget about the recent terror attacks
Day one of London Fashion Week Men’s June 2017 arrived with a bang. Younger designers including Liam Hodges stuck to their signature anarchic feel while demonstrating a progression into a slightly more grown-up market. More traditional tailoring came from the likes of Dunhill and Oliver Spencer (who
This season, London Fashion Week Men’s celebrates its fifth anniversary by giving us four fashion-fuelled days showcasing the best of British style: both on and off the catwalk. While we all can’t wait to clap eyes on the new designs by Vivienne Westwood, Oliver Spencer and Craig Green, just to name
Eight menswear designers were chosen to be supported by the British Fashion Council’s groundbreaking NEWGEN initiative. Giving them vital mentoring and training, the scheme allows young brands to evolve to the next level. Every single label is unique yet all are willing to bide their time and perfect
The fashion industry can be a confusing world to navigate. Big names are constantly moving about with the whole circus earning the title of fashion’s musical chairs. While there has been some big older news ( Raf Simons at Calvin Klein , everyone), we’ve focused on everything from the past six months