Top Trends At London Fashion Week Men’s 2018

London Fashion Week Men 2018 just ended with a boom, while showcasing a variety of the couture from various designers along the weekend. Although the schedule looked a bit empty as many of the big names from London Fashion Industry were missing, the fashion week still proved to be useful in setting trends for the early next year.

The spring/summer collection 2019 presented in London Fashion Week Men’s 2018 was oozing with artistry and originality. Especially the new fashion design talent -the most exciting part of the whole fashion week- which demonstrated how to be creative in using unconventional ideas, while making it seem totally harmless.

For the sake of ingenuity, why don’t we have a look at the most prominent designers of the fashion week?

Daniel W Fletcher

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From leather trench coats to suede oversized shirts, this exhibit clearly foretold ‘whats going to be in the men’s wardrobe next year’. Moreover, we can also safely assume that short-shorts are definitely going to be a thing in the coming year.

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy

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Despite having some pieces with extravagant detailing, the loverboy collection looked quite wearable.  His gender-fluid clothing also proved to be a show stealer. Floral and flared trench coats, woolen sweaters, mixed tartan suits and, much more showed that Jeffrey’s motivation is very much varied.

A-Cold-Wall*

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Samuel Ross’s collection in London fashion week men’s 2018, can definitely be named as the most creative and innovative of all. The opening of the show with cement covered men wearing detachable hoods was definitely, hands down, the ultimate show-winner.

Qasimi

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With the hues of brown, khaki, olive and orange, and a military touch in loose tracksuits and huge satchels; Khalid Al Qasimi’s Urban-Bedouin couture was all about comfort in reposed silhouettes. The fusion of culture was brought about in an immaculate way by blending London style with the African and Middle Eastern influence.

Hunia Yousuf is a medical (MBBS) student and a psychiatry aspirant. She is a self proclaimed extroverted-introvert. While casually reading (more like breathing) fiction, she learnt to generate characters of her own and weave them into a plot for her own pleasure.

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