Ben Shermans collection explored the sixties mod culture as models walked the runway in flat caps and beannie hats.
Fitted tailoring came in single and double breasted suit styles kept it minimaly cool with skinny ties and tapered trousers.
Interesting patterns adorned textures on knitwear contrast well together worn with bold accessories were an interesting combination and colour pallete.
Throughout the range Parker coats popped up as a signature look as well as cropped jackets worn wih smart roll neck knitwear emphasized the key looks by dressing them up slightly as smart casual chic.
Following on from Private White V.C.’s collection during mens fashion week designer capes seem to be appearing this season on the runway also at Casely Hayford with their quirky structured jacket pieces.
Clean lines on garments kept it minimal and contemporary for ready to wear this season as structured tailoring dominates a strong style statement for menswear.
Alongside male pieces in the collection, Casely Hayford showcased a womenswear line where panelled jackets with contrasting fabric portrayed softness as well masculinity.
The bold print statement jacket in the collection with monochromatic black and white stripes set itself apart as the main statement piece for Autumn Winter 2017.
GQ China was proud to present German based Chinese born Korean designer Ximonlee at London Fashion Week Men’s Autumn Winter 2017, this marks GQ China’s 8th season at Mens Fashion Week where the British Fashion Council provide designers with International exposure to the western market.
Ximonlee’s signature style explores sustainable concept which is inspired this season by the Chinese symbol of shame exploring a combination of symbols that repressent beauty and ugly.
The collection pieces reveal engineered fitted and cut-away silhouettes conveying hidden signals or messages such as tapered corsets hiding the body or exposing it. Treated materials applied to the collection were deconstructed leather bras mixed with bonded velvet coats hinting at the leg through high slits. Fine exquisite detailing include a series of nude figures that are woven into bloodstained and aged bronzed brocade.
Ximonlee’s meticulous attention to detail and innovative work has brought him the international spotlight of prestige amongst the fashion elite with an LVMH prize showroom in Paris and collaboration with H & M for a capsule collection.