London’s Men’s Fashion Week FW15

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London’s Men’s Fashion Week FW15

With NY Mens fashion week storming closer,

[FASHION FANZINE] Brings you a recap of the best of London Mens Fashion week!

 

 

Text Zoe

Burberry Prorsum

Suits to bring style. Burberry presents chocolate brown suit paired with a dotted white button-down and skinny blue tie for a fresh look.

Burberrys must-have trench coat with comfortable, fashionable work attire.

Sleek blazer, matching pants, brown patterned tee, red flannel scarf, and black flats with red tassels. NY meets the french riviera.

Casely Hayford

4. 90s fashion revical, and Casely Hayford’s proves it. The long low-cut gray striped coat, paired with a navy blue pea shirt and blue patterned trousers give a retro look.

 

Coach

Retro inspired outfits were extremely popular, here from Coach. The neon hues of green, orange, and pink create a statement windbreaker that is casually paired with black shorts and dark purple sandals.

Sticking to retro, Coach also showed this neon pink, green, and dark purple shirt with transparent lining on the panels, collar, and sleeves. Perfect for festival season.

Gieves and Hawkes

One-tone outfits were also popular. Gieves and Hawkes designed this classic three-button dark amber jacket over an amber and white tee and paired it with shorts and a pair of brown sandals.

   

Hardy Amies

Hardy Amies took on a modern day spin of a fashion military outfit. The matching army green jacket and pants give a clean look, zipper accents on the jacket makes this look more accessible and sophisticated.

Margaret Howell

While many designers took a modern day approach to the basic pantsuit, Margaret Howell took inspiration from the early 1900’s. The black sweater over a white collared button-down and a scarf is chic, yet casual. The white high-waisted pants elongate the legs, while the traditional black trench coat is always a classic./

Jermyn Street, St James

Many pops of colors filled the catwalk during the Jermyn Street St. James show, but this outfit stood out among the rest. The matching blue checkered jacket and high-waisted pants are elaborated with a maroon button down, making this a bold and chic.

Katie Eary

Katie Eary showed the runway more retro-inspired outfits, like the one above. The leather dark green jacket brings a sultry appeal to the bright sea-blue striped shirt, neon light blue shorts, and of course, ombre blue calf-high socks.c.

Katie Eary

Katie Eary showed the runway more retro-inspired outfits, like the one above. The leather dark green jacket brings a sultry appeal to the bright sea-blue striped shirt, neon light blue shorts, and of course, ombre blue calf-high socks.

    

Master of retro, Eary showed us brightly colored outfits that played on various neon hues. The light pink jacket brings out the pink design on the white tee, while the light blue denim shorts with a tint of indigo, brought out by the pink and purple calf-high socks.

Alexander Mcqueen

Mcqueen rose to the expectations with this slim-fitted royal blue trench coat, and a pair of royal blue skinny trousers.

Mcqueen also designed this chic black with light gray bubble inspired patterned jacket and matching pants that were worn over a white with blue patterned button-down, classic white tie, and white shoes.

Tiger Of Sweden

Another classical inspired outfit, Tiger Of Sweden paired a breezy black coat with a classical white button-down shirt tucked into a pair of white pants, black leather shoes, a black bow tie, and a tan and black fedora.

 

 

 


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