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#Flash Back Friday

Friday, January 22nd, 2016

We wanted to give you a Flash Back Friday blog post on what we’d been getting up to in the past couple weeks.  With new season shoes being introduced into stores we’ve all been really busy, however that didn’t stop us from taking some time to pop down to LCM to see what the buzz on the street was.

Here are some of our favourite looks. Mixing street casuals, tailored  shirts and jackets  is a perfect way to keep your outfit edgy.

For more pics from our day at LCM  check out our Pinterest Board 🙂

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Highlights from London Collections: Men

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014


This week has been all about the latest fashions for men, with a host of acclaimed designers showcasing their latest collections at the London Collections: Men shows. We take a look at some of the highlights:



Any men out there jealous of their other half’s handbag will have been pleased to see manbags featuring prominently at Dalston-based designer JW Anderson’s show. And while the bucket-style bags may be a bit too fashion forward for most, surely they are a sign that more mainstream bags will be making their way onto the high street soon? Even Dermot O’Leary was seen checking out the bags at a Mulberry party.


Christopher Kane

Christopher Kane’s latest collection may be small, comprising just 18 looks, but it is certainly perfectly formed. Bright t-shirts and sweatshirts with DNA-style patterns in cobalt blue and tangerine orange, chunky knits and sleek tailoring were all well received by those lucky enough to get a sneak peak at the clothes, which were viewable by appointment only.


Hackett’s show

Hackett has to win the award for one of the most entertaining catwalk shows. A bellboy pushing a luggage trolley down the catwalk opened the show before the perfectly groomed models, carrying a series of bags and suitcases, made their way to the front.

 Hackett catwalk - London Collections: Men 2014


The MAN show

The MAN show showcases rising stars in the fashion world and this year’s three carefully selected designers certainly didn’t disappoint. Alan Taylor’s collection featured fashion forward tailoring complete with over-sized coats and baggy trousers, while Bobby Abley’s designs were influenced by cartoons, with a dark edge. Finally Craig Green has garnered praise for his layered kaleidoscope-coloured clothes.

 MAN show catwalk - London Collections: Men 2014


Celeb spotting

Famous faces have been out in force over the past few days. Kylie swung by the Dolce & Gabbana party while Tinie Tempah, David Gandy, Henry Holland and Nick Grimshaw have all been on the front rows of various shows and Hollywood A-lister Samuel L Jackson watched the Superdry catwalk show.


Superdry Front Row - London Collections: Men 2014


London Collections showcases best in British menswear

Monday, January 6th, 2014


A host of Britain’s best menswear designers are heading to the UK capital this week for the London Collection: Men shows.


Kicking off today, Burberry, Hackett London, Lou Dalton, Matthew Miller and Oliver Spencer will all be sending their autumn/winter 14 collections down the catwalks at the start of the three day fashion extravaganza.


If you are looking for Savile Row-style sharp suits, Richard James will be showcasing his latest collection, while for something a bit more casual and on-trend, Kit Neale and J.W Anderson will be displaying their newest creations.


There will also be a number of designer showrooms from the likes of Lee Roach and Astrid Andersen, as well as a performance by Beady Eye to help launch the latest Pretty Green collection.


Lou Dalton catwalk - London Collections: Men 2014

 Astrid Andersen catwalk - London Collections: Men 2014


Other highlights include the Fash/On Film event which takes a look back at the year in fashion film featuring guest speakers and screenings, while we’ll be heading to the Terry Hall Retrospective hosted by Fred Perry, which will feature a host of unique musical performances.


If you’re thinking of attending, you’ll be in good company. London Collections ambassadors David Gandy, Dermot O’Leary, Tinie Tempah and Nick Grimshaw are sure to be on the front row for at least a few shows.


“Season four of London Collections: Men promises to be the best one yet, as it has such a vast array of great shows, presentations, events, dinners and parties. LC: M has already become a staple of the menswear calendar, and is a fabulous way to kick off the season. We have all been overwhelmed by the enthusiasm for the project, and the scale and ambition of all the many designers who are now showing here is incredibly infectious. To those of you who have yet to come to LC: M, all I can say is: come on in, the water’s lovely!” said Dylan Jones, Editor GQ & Chair of the Menswear Committee.


For more information, visit the London Collections website.


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