London's Men Collections are in full swing and we've seen everything from wild cartoonish graphic prints to more classic and paired down numbers. We've rounded up some the best of LCM so far:
It's heavy on the luxe punk militarism is what we see over at McQueen this season with a muted palette, sharp edges and soft buttery leather finishing. Polished, elegant and with some unexpected finishing (embroidery? really) this has to have be one of our favourites.
Described as channeling at sort of "oxford nerdish" look, Dunhill's gents collection this season is just beautiful, and the one we certainly would wear the most from. Camels, navy's and rusts make a welcome refresher from black.
As if there was every any doubt, shearling is back in a big way. 70's styule numbers add a classic laid back rocker vibe that is distinct and charismatic. Bold patterned suits with metallic detailing appears here as well over as McQueen as is a look only certainly for the boldest.
The 70's are well and truly back in a big way. High cut trousers with a flare, tight fitted shirts, roll necks and of course this seasons staple shearing all made their appearance at this years J.W.Anderson show which of all the shows we've seen so far, definitely captured the decade's feel the most.
A little bit more elegant, and more refined, Margaret Howell presents a timeless gents collection that we could seem seamlessly working in to our everyday wardrobes. This ladies and gents is how you do menswear.
As always Moschino provides to be a great divider with a collection that can only be referred to as Aspen Rave. It sometimes treads the line to parody too finely but that's kind of the point. Bad taste at it's best, we've got patchwork jackets, full length shearing coats and bold prints, proving that the 70s do indeed reign supreme.
Any stand out collections you've noticed?
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