Alexander McQueen’s military man, Burberry Prorsum’s classical bohemian, Topman’s 70s revival. All the biggest brands were at London Collections: Men, and this is what they had to say about next Fall’s trends…
Now in its third year, London Collections: Men brought the hottest menswear designers and showcases from across the globe to shine a spotlight on the new Fall/Winter 2015 trends. And FashionTV was there to capture it all.
Alexander McQueen: Military Looks Good
Enter McQueen world, menswear style. This season, was all about raw-edge uniform. Whether for “work or war” the dress uniform has long stood as a symbol that all men are equal in the face of duty. With the military jacket, poppy blooms and other military references featuring heavily in the new Fall/Winter 2015 collection, McQueen menswear had one message to all: Stand strong in the face of separation.
Burberry Prorsum: Classically Bohemian
Putting on a familiar show at the staple Kensington Gardens venue, Christopher Bailey offered a free-spirited take on classic pieces for the Burberry Prorsum Fall/Winter 2015 menswear show. And ready on the front-row were fashion’s finest VIP guests, including Anna Wintour, David Gandy and Jourdan Dunn. Check out the collections of deconstructed shapes and authentic fabrics in deep, natural tones, below.
Topman: ’70s Revival
Opening this year’s London Collections: Men showcase, Topman took the coveted spot, presenting a collection of Shang-A-Lang! 70s revival fashion for the new season. Leading the look book with an ode to 10 iconic musicians of the era to include Iggy Pop, Mick Jagger, Jim Morrison, Jimmy Hendrix and more; Topman successfully revived their definitive style.