London Fashion Week Men's AW18

London Fashion Week Men’s (LFWM) opened the year with great success as designers showcased their best creations, giving us insight of what is to be expected of the upcoming Autumn Winter 18 season.

Oversized silhouettes and technical constructions appeared to be a key theme amongst designers with large silhouettes, most often top heavy, graced the catwalk in a variety of styles while technical construction had a utilitarian appeal.


The heritage check reintroduces itself in a refreshingly new aesthetic as designers apply the print to panelling and trims on retro sports inspired garments in a variety of colourways.


Orange returns in full force for the AW 18 season as numerous designers displayed bright orange tones in heavy-duty and utility looks


Leather displayed a huge presence at LFWM with numerous designers opting for leather garments in a variety of styles, ranging from grunge styles to sports luxe looks and more tailored looks as Daniel W. Fletcher demonstrates, creating an ensemble with tasteful edge.


An abundance of velvet was sent down the catwalk in the form of suiting, blazers, overcoats and trousers with lustre varying amongst designers.


Noticeable design details included large turn-ups on wide legged trousers, carabiner clips adding an element of hardware, white on black contrast stitching, tattered and torn refabrications and quilting displayed in different shapes on a multitude of garments.


Trousers have become noticeably wider as designers opt for a 50’s inspired silhouette, calling back to the overall oversized key theme and widened turn-up detail. 

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