From wizardry to androgynous style. Here’s a recap from London Collections: Men and a few of my favorite runway shows.
Topman was all about modern day wizardry on the runway as the collection featured a relaxed oversized slouched fit and feel.
Burberry was Christopher Bailey at his best as he explored a more contemporary side and youthful feel in outerwear tailoring.
Alexander McQueen was a statement in structure sans rigidity. Sarah Burton kept it fluid and modern with statement prints a familiar staple to the McQueen world.
J.W. Anderson chose to live stream his ultra stylized androgynous menswear collection via Grindr the world’s larges social media app. The collection in its modern day princely gate made way for a softer feel in menswear style.
Christopher Kane presented a modern twist on utilitarian style complete with geometric designs and shapes in box style tailoring.
Jil Sander was everything we so know and love it to be as the collection featured a tailored, militarist simplicity in olives and greys hues.
Tiger of Sweden featured fitted and relaxed fit trousers paired with cropped moto jackets in floral prints and double-breasted tailoring.
Coach 1941 gave the boys a little of everything as the collection featured military style pea coats, plaids and checks, seventy styled leisure suits and oversized fur coats.