London Collections: Men

Fashion

​10 things you need to know about art school

As they prep for their LC:M debut in January, meet the dynamic duo ripping up the rulebook.
Tish Weinstock
12.16.16
Fashion

where next for men’s fashion week?

The spring/summer 17 menswear season played out against a backdrop of political upheaval, crisis and turmoil, as well as an industry in flux. We ponder the future of the menswear show system, and the designers paving the way for a more hopeful tomorrow...
Jack Moss
7.1.16
Fashion

brave and bold at coach spring/summer 17

Capturing the spirit and vitality of counter-culture and rebellion, Coach brought an all-American attitude to London this season.
i-D Staff
6.14.16
Fashion

getting straight to work, kiko kostadinov focuses on function for spring/summer 17

Fresh from catching the collective eye during CSM's MA show back in February and with a number of sell-out collaborations with streetwear giant Stussy under his utility belt already, Kiko Kostadinov proves why he's a name you should know.
Steve Salter
6.14.16
Fashion

lovers direct at christopher shannon spring/summer 17

Returning to the catwalk after last season's presentation, Christopher Shannon took inspiration from the denim designs of his MA collection for spring/summer 17.
i-D Staff
6.13.16
Fashion

reimagining childhood at j.w.anderson

For spring/summer 17, J.W.Anderson dusted off his favourite childhood literature for inspiration.
Steve Salter
6.13.16
Fashion

reinterpreting modernity at e. tautz spring/summer 17

This season, Patrick Grant put relaxed tailoring and muted colours centre stage, in a collection that reinterpreted modernity and youth with 50s classics.
i-D Staff
6.12.16
Fashion

exclusive: christopher shannon on catwalks, creativity and collaboration

After creating and curating his own little world within a gallery presentation for autumn/winter 16, Christopher Shannon makes a welcome return to the catwalk for spring/summer 17.
Steve Salter
6.12.16
Fashion

switch the the frequency between 70s rock and 00s grime with casely-hayford spring/summer 17

Adjusting the dial between two very different vocabularies of anti-establishment music movements, Casely-Hayford cut through the white noise to produce one distinct sound of rebellion.
Steve Salter
6.12.16
Fashion

the co-ed club

As the spring/summer 17 men’s shows get on a roll, London’s menswear designers are flexing their womenswear muscles and catering to a fashion world where co-ed could soon be the only way to go.
Anders Christian Madsen
6.12.16
Fashion

protective meets delicate at nasir mazhar

For spring/summer 17, Nasir Mazhar used lace to turn the masculine associations of the tracksuit into something delicate, soft and tantalising.
Felix Petty
6.11.16
Fashion

the great escape

Brexit casts its shadow over the first day of the spring/summer 17 men's shows in London where Craig Green, Astrid Andersen and Topman reflected on a sense of belonging - and a changing fashion system.
Anders Christian Madsen
6.11.16
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