LFWM street style round-up
We headed down to London Fashion Week Men’s to see what we’ll be wearing in the autumn and to also double check we’re still on point with our street style trends (obviously we are). This is what we found:
Bold slogans and conspicuous branding are still a fixture; we love a good back patch, it’s the best way to get a point across without looking like you thought about it too much. Virgil Abloh’s Off-White have this nailed, with a politically charged SS18 collection that calls the shots with large letters and block words.
If you’re out to play in London in January, you better wrap up so it was no surprise to see layers in every different fabric and thickness. From chunky bright jumpers underneath tailored blazers, silk shirts layered under cardigans to scarves worn under caps, fashion week is the perfect time to put on as many items as possible.
Streetwear continues to be mixed with couture to make for a blend of delicious colours, prints, details and textures. Gucci continues to do no wrong, and we love seeing a sneak peek of a Triple S fringed with some adidas trackpants—sure Cristobal would approve.
And let’s not forget the rich history and traditions of London menswear: suits and tailoring are still the outfit of choice for many of the capital’s gents so we obviously bumped in David Gandy in a pale grey blazer and Richard Biedul rocking a chunky knit. But even if you’re not the quintessential Essex hunk, full check teamed with trainers will still steal style points.
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