British Menswear designer Alex Mullins showcases his AW17 collection as part of London Fashion Week Mens.

This season Mullins explores the world of Sunday living, inviting us to extend our senses, sit back, and merge in to your surroundings.

Mullins revisits his ongoing interest of encompassing environments and situations; with coats wrapped in early 90s VHS graphics of familiar faces, combined with plaid arm chairs covered up in blankets.

These visions of softness; bulk, wrap and twist like the innards of a broken sofa. Comfortable fabrics in baggy layers of cotton, merino, and mohair compliment the use of clean Japanese denims. Sundays indecisive mind makes two-tone denims in Chartreuse and beige, Tomato and magnolia.

Mullins patchworks ideas with a mix of decorative functionality and laissez-faire frivolity, with outerwear emblazon with pockets.  The collection sketches out the feeling of a Sunday afternoon; muted and enveloped ready to disappear.

Photo Credit: Chazz Adnitt