LC:M AW16. ALEX MULLINS.

The models for Alex Mullins’ latest collection embodied classic art student nonchalance. With wet hair and moody expressions, they channelled the stereotypically rebellious, day-dreaming artist. Artists who are yet to scrub the pale, iridescent colours …

LC:M AW16. MATTHEW MILLER.

Hard, confident and somewhat political. Miller’s collection at LC:M for AW16 was strong both in the visual and ideological sense. Using block colours and strong details, Miller created a show that had religious and political …

LC:M AW16. LOU DALTON.

For AW16, Lou Dalton’s soft colour palette is layered onto oversize soft-shaped coats and fishermen knits, cinched at the waist. The mixture of fluffy jumpers and silk trousers creates a surreal countryside aesthetic. The key silhouettes …

LC:M AW16. NASIR MAZHAR.

Nasir Mazhar kicks off this AW16 collection with his trademark survival gear, with brief flashes of tailoring and a crisp white shirt. It then progresses back into black sportswear and barely-there pieces. Mazhar highlights the …

LC:M AW16. TOPMAN DESIGN.

For AW16, Topman Design has created a 1970’s tactile daydream. Long line silhouettes clash with cropped jackets and crushed velvets are set by bleached denim. This collection encapsulates the ‘c’est la vie’ attitude of the …

LC:M AW16. BERTHOLD.

For his 3rd presentation at LC:M, Austrian born and London based designer Raimund Berthold took inspiration from the utilitarian silhouettes of WW2 soldiers and minimalist sculptor, Franz Erhard Walther. The combination of the two seemingly opposed …

LC:M AW16. YMC.

Twenty years in any industry is quite a milestone, especially in the ever evolving world of fashion. For Fraser Moss and Jimmy Collins of YMC, AW16 was a celebration of the brand. The collection is …

JOSEPH TURVEY. LC:M SS16.

For SS16, his sixth year collaborating with FAR Black LTD, Joseph Turvey has demonstrated precise skill and knowledge. In the 25-piece collection Turvey has combined military elements of conformity with sportswear fabrication. Within his SS16 …

TOURNE DE TRANSMISSION. LC:M SS16.

“Without thought nothing could exist”, this is a saying from the Kogi tribe from South America.  The tribe was the inspiration for Tourne de Transmission’s first London Collections: Men presentation. Having watched ‘Aluna’, a powerful …

PATRICK COX. LC:M SS16.

The setting for Patrick Cox’s SS16 presentation could not have been more enchanting and more elegant. In the intimate settings of the Glade Room in the Sketches London Hotel, behind long dark green curtains, one …

MATTHEW MILLER. LC:M SS16.

Opening the SS16 Matthew Miller show, freshly pressed tailoring is exhibited with the models accessorised with luggage tags on the wrist. However, as the show progresses the clean lines turn into crumpled and creased pieces …

BAARTMANS AND SIEGEL. LC:M SS16.

In a minefield of neon green fluorescent cacti lights, the modelling world’s newest faces wore Baartmans and Siegal’s refreshing and crisp  SS16 collection. As the brain child  of designer duo Wouter Baartmans and Amber Siegal, …

CMMN SWDN. LC:M SS16.

The design duo behind CMMN SWDN, Saif Bakir and Emma Hedlund aim to create minimal designs with progressive pieces bringing each collection up to date. For SS16 CMMN SWDN hasn’t disappointed. With pieces that recreate …

NASIR MAZHAR. LC:M SS16.

As soon as the heavy grime began, a riot was predicted. Model’s stomped down the catwalk in hyper sexualized apocalyptic sportswear. Utility straps and bulletproof vests were accompanied by floating layered shorts, the combination of …

CHRISTOPHER SHANNON. LC:M SS16.

Since launching his eponymous menswear label back in 2008, Christopher Shannon has unsurprisingly gained a host of accolades as well as huge superlatives from the fashion industry around the world. His shows are a must …

BELSTAFF. LC:M SS16.

Refined ‘Desert  Explorers’ bring modernity and an urban edge to Belstaff’s military heritage. Engulfing Old Billingsgate Market with a desert jeep and an army tent full of Casablanca beer and mint tea, the British brand …

BERTHOLD. LC:M SS16.

In the heart of Covent Garden, the Berthold SS16 presentation showed just why there is so much buzz over the menswear industry. The Austrian born designer presented his second LC:M collection, influenced by texture and …

AQUASCUTUM. LC:M SS16.

For SS16, Aquascutum has evolved its signature British tailoring for the modern gentleman. In a Soho townhouse, the presentation was set amongst floral displays, which were echoed in the subtle hand embroidery on the knitwear. …