Under the sun
Marc Luloh and Alasdair Carmichael at PRM Model agency, Photographed by Linda Cooper and styled by Gareth Chow with pieces from Matthew Miller, Nike, Acne Studio, MM6, Joseph, Fendi, Kenzo, Nasir Mazhar, Chanel and Celine.
Kent & Curwen SS18: Sport-meets-elegance
Dressed in trench coats, striped blazers, cable knit cricket jumpers and jackets, and featuring in deep reds, creams, olives and navy blues, a number of facets in relation to sports could be remarked upon. Embellished with stitched rose motifs, Kent & Curwen appeared to re-appropriate the bold rugby symbol with a touch of elegance, and the hints of soft cream tones that presented their self in v neck jumpers, blazers, and trousers, appeared reminiscent of a cricket style.
John Smedley SS18: The harmonization of mutually exclusive forms
Designers explore a number of concepts to establish the foundations of their collection, thoroughly researching each facet prior to its materialisation. John Smedley SS18 went over and above this approach, embodying his ideas with a sense of meticulousness that was very much apparent within the collection.
Edward Crutchley SS18: when different cultures and eras collide to create a fashionable masterpiece
Brim-full with fine satins in palettes of golds, creams, beiges, olives, and sky blues, and bought together with a Medieval revivalist and Edo Japanese era aesthetic, the collection exuded beauty and luxury.
Liam Hodges SS18: Making noise with a 21st century fashion statement
With new designs to feast the eyes upon, Liam Hodges SS18 works upon a 21st century discourse, melding its counterparts with an array of visuals that express a fashionable embodiment of his perspective and will continue to make noise in the fashion industry.
St. James SS18: A creative revision of men’s staples
Featuring the brands Paul & Shark, Norwegian Rain, New & Lingwood, Turnbull & Asser, Aquascutum and Sunspel, St. James SS18 bought together a number of significant brands to create a collection that perfectly suits the summer climate through their unique approach to timeless menswear staples.
Nicholas Daley SS18: a multicultural mish-mash
Citing his multicultural roots as the influence behind his fashion, Nicholas Daley made his debut at London Fashion Week Men’s SS18. Bringing together a pastiche of elements into a beautifully crafted presentation, the display was dense with facets that drew the eyes and mind into a twofold process of appreciation.
E.Tautz SS18: Infusing formal garments with relaxed tones
Wearing oversized tortoise shell glasses and pinstripe suits, the collection for E.Tautz SS18 had a decidedly 80s-subdued-New-Wave-meets-Miami-Vice-feel; finished with shoes by Christian Louboutin, both polished and relaxed styles were bought together into one ensemble.