LONDON COLLECTIONS: MEN AW15 Trends

 

A dark masculine palette filled the Alexander McQueen collection with a military influence showcasing Sarah Burton's unmistakable ability to create a beautifully slick silhouette. 

 

The simplicity shone through in the Gieves & Hawkes collection, with blacks, greys and wine reds used with sharp tailoring, accompanied by beautiful crocodile accessories. 

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That 70's Show

A throwback to the seventies saw flared trouser legs and wide collars in abundance this LC:M, seen on the Topman Design catwalk and more subtly at Hunter Gather and Private White VC.

 

For his first show, Alex Mullins took a more daring approach to his proportions with high waistbands, well flared trousers and elongated coats. Fitting to the retro-chic theme, materials used included corduroy, velvet and denim on denim. 

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Black Is The New Black

Making a powerful pink punch to the runway was a school uniform inspired collection by Sibling, with models clutching teddy bears and dyed pink hair to match. A drop in temperature at Moschino saw snow descend on the ski-inspired collection of oversized fur coats and hats, snow boots and ski masks.

By Calum Donoghue