London Collections Mens AW13 Highlights & Round Up

London Collections Mens AW13 Highlights

There are only three sources you need to know to view the best of London Collection Mens (LCM) for AW13 (which was held from January 7-9, 2013). They are as follows: Oki Ni – The UK based e-retailer of designer menswear which has a fantastic editorial section which features exclusive content including behind the scenes videos and interviews. Vogue – …

London Collections: Menswear Autumn/Winter 2013

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The London Collections: Men AW13 by the British Fashion Council Video highlights from The Hospital Club in London, the location for the AW13 London Collections: Men, held between Janaury 7 – 9 2013. The video is presented on behalf of Rightster and the British Fashion Council. London Collections: Men AW13 Live Stream Catwalk Shows The live-streams including the following collections …

Pringle of Scotland Menswear – Autumn/Winter 2011-2012

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Menswear for the Urban Gamekeeper Read more about Pringle of Scotland, or view recent Pringle of Scotland Collections on the London Fashion Review Blog. For Autumn/Winter 2011-2012, designer of heritage label ‘Pringle of Scotland’, Clare Waight Keller was inspired by the idea of the ‘urban gamekeepe. She said of the collection: ‘I was inspired by influences of country pursuits with …

Jonathan Saunders Womenswear – Autumn/Winter 2011-2012

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Vibrant Colour,  Exquisite Prints and Slim Lines to Brighten the Winter Months Read more about Jonathan Saunders, or View recent Jonathan Saunders Collections on the London Fashion Review Blog For Autumn/Winter 2011-2012, Jonathan Saunders presents a collection full of slim lines, vibrant colour and exquisite prints. The key silhouette was long, lean and slim, as seen in chic pencil skirts, …

Top Independent Menswear Boutique Shops – London & Beyond

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A Top Ten list of London’s best menswear fashion stores (plus a handful of others throughout England) Compiled independently by London Fashion Review Blog In no particular order…. The Hideout: Founded by Michael Kopleman and Fraser Cooke of board-wear label Gimme 5, The Hideout first opened its doors in 1998 on Upper James Street in London’s Soho. Formerly known as …

Paul Smith Clothing – Autumn/Winter 2011-2012 Menswear

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Menswear Fashion Inspired by Music and the Cosmos Read more about Paul Smith, or view recent Paul Smith Collections on the London Fashion Review Blog The Autumn/Winter 2011-2012 collection from Paul Smith celebrates the individual style and work of legendary musicians Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart. Drawing inspiration from their innovative energy, the musician’s artistic freedom is translated into details …

Domingo Rodriguez Clothing – Winter 2012 Collection for ASOS

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Luxurious Leather and Indulgent Jersey from Domingo Rodriguez Read more about Domingo Rodriguez, or view recent Domingo Rodriguez Collections on the London Fashion Review Blog Autumn/Winter 2011-2012 sees Domingo Rodriquez’s second collaboration for Asos after the online retail giant picked the British designer, straight out of his MA last year to form part of their ‘Make’ initiative. The initial Domingo …

Vivienne Westwood Menswear – Autumn/Winter 2011-2012

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Menswear for the Modern Dandy Read more about Vivienne Westwood, or view recent Vivienne Westwood Collections on the London Fashion Review Blog “With royal marriage in the air, who would you choose to be your bridegroom? Come on girls our catwalk is your chance to dream.” – Vivienne Westwood. For the Autumn/Winter 2011-2012 menswear collection, the Vivienne Westwood Man is …

Burberry Prorsum Clothing- Autumn/Winter 2011-2012

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Designer Heritage British Fashion for Men and Women Read More About Burberry on the London Fashion Review Blog For the Autumn/Winter 2011-12 collection entitled ‘Coats of Many Colours’ , Burberry’s Creative Director Cristopher Bailey was inspired by archive photographs by David Bailey of Jean Shrimpton, a Burberry house model in the 1960’s, and the British weather. Additionally, Bailey based his …