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Looking Back on London Fashion Week Men’s AW18

As London Fashion Week Men’s has gone by, we attending a majority of shows due to presentations and shows clashing with each other, nonetheless we enjoyed viewing the collections of the designers who showcased during fashion week. We covered the majority of the shows on our social media platforms. Here are a few designers that we wanted to share a light on.

Qaismi

Qaismi is a designer label that stood out during London Fashion Week Men’s, it explores menswear in an urban sphere looking at cultures from across the world, the label particularly drew attention with religious slogan worn across a sweatshirt.

The vibrant tone of neutral and electric colors consisting of khaki, brown, electric yellow, pine and burgundy designed with an oversized silhouette, cashmere knits and woven wool brought the collection to life.

 

Ben Sherman X House Of Holland

This season saw the collaboration between Ben Sherman and House Of Holland, this brought about inspiration from the Northern Soul subculture that took place in late 1960 in northern England. The collection was inspired by the 60’s era of classic dressing down to retro badges and patches. Both designers are adverse in their designs, Ben Sherman is known for it classic design inspired by the mod era and House of Holland for its loud prints and patterns, therefore, creating a collection of quirky knitted sweatshirts and many sartorial pieces in the collection.

 

Christopher Raeburn

Christopher Raeburn as always is known for his outerwear and survival wear, this season collection brought about inspiration from the words Remade, Recycle, Raeburn and Reduce this made us think more about sustainable and ethical fashion, Taking inspiration from sea life as seen in the colours and prints used in the collection.

The collection featured oversized puffer jacket, long down coats oversized pullovers, chunky knitwear, accessories for bags and headwear.

 

 

Photo credits: Jonny Kaye and We Are Village