There’s no doubt that London is an indisputable leader in the fashion world. Proof of this was found this week at London Collections: Men’s biannual meeting. A younger version of men’s fashion shows, with major firms and fresh designing trends that started AW’15 catwalks season.
The message was masculinity with a great touch of personality, boldness and experimentation. On the catwalk modelled the most British gentleman style collections like Ede & Ravenscroft, Hardy Amies, Dunhill or Pringle of Scotland and the most spectacular and innovative ones: Moschino, JW Anderson, Burberry Prorsum, Alexander McQueen, Coach, Tom Ford, Oliver Spencer or Richard James. Inspired by 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and a mixture of all these decades, we could spot daring combinations of materials, moving structures, fringes, scarves, maxi-buttons, prints, maxi-knitwear and a wide rage of contemporary colours.
And this is only just the beginning; Milan and Paris are about to open their gateways to reaffirm the steady increase and forceful creativity of today’s menswear.