We were at this year’s London Fashion Week Men’s which was on in central London from 6th to 8th January and have put together a photo collection of what the fashion designers had on display this year as they showed off their Autumn/Winter 2018 collections, creativity and brands here in London.
Day 1 included collections from Band of Outsiders, founded in LA back in 2004; Ben Sherman; Edward Crutchley; John Lawrence Sullivan, founded by designer Arashi Yanagawa; British Born and London based Liam Hodges; Oliver Spencer; London based contemporary menswear label Qasimi; Tonsure; Tourne De Transmission, founded by Graeme Gaughan in 2012; London based What We Wear contemporary brand; Copenhagen based Wood Wood, which was founded back in 2002 by Karl-Oskar Olsen and Brian SS Jensen and finally Xander Zhou, based in Beijing.
On Day 2 there were collections from British menswear designer Alex Mullins; Hussein Chalayan; Glaswegian designer Charles Jeffrey (Loverboy); British fashion designer Christopher Raeburn; London based Daniel W. Fletcher; female designer Lou Dalton; Man; Michiko Koshino, one of the industry’s original innovators in the 80s; Phoebe English Man, an English luxury women’s and men’s label based in London and female designer Wales Bonner, who received the LVMH Young Designer Prize in 2016.
On Day 3 we saw collections from A-Cold-Wall*; British lifestyle brand Belstaff; British fashion brand Blood Brother; Bobby Abley; London based Craig Green; Korean designer D.Gnak; Per Göttesson and finally Pronounce, a contemporary brand created by Yushan Li and Jun Zhou, based in Milan and Shanghai.
More information on this year’s event can be found on London Fashion Week Men’s website: www.londonfashionweekmens.com
Editorial by Simon Burrell, Editor-in-Chief of Our Man On The Ground and photographs by Pietro Recchia, a London-based photographer specialising in fashion, portraits and luxury events.