Private Policy Presented by GQ China at LFWM

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Men’s Fashion Week is on the go, London being the first stop. Already at its second day of shows, and so much has happened. By looking at a couple of collections, I can see how things have calmed down, sort of, after a very experimental period. At least that’s how I felt about what happened in the past two to three years, strictly men’s fashion speaking. My favorite so far from LVWM Autumn/Winter 19-20 is Private Policy Presented by GQ China’s collection. I vibed with it. There’s a sort of freshness to it, like a forever young spirit. I have seen clothes that could satisfy various needs, ages (if you care) and styles. All of this under the same brand. And on top of that, there’s like a brotherhood transition from a fancy suit to an edgy-looking situation. It’s all connected, even though it may, in theory, look apart. One of my favorite looks is down below.

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Front row: AJ Pritchard, Addis Miller, Eyal Booker.

It’s a Menswear Fashion Affair in London For LFWM June 2017

London Fashion Week Men’s is currently taking place in London and started on Thursday, June 8, with a 5th-anniversary party for LFWM. The presentations, shows and events will unfold until Monday, June the 12th and will be revealing menswear trends from designers and brands for spring-summer 2018 season.

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Liam Hodges kept it sporty and boyish with tracksuit jeans pants and cool hoodies for his SS 2018 collection that he had on Friday. Same day designer Raimund Berthold sent down the runway monochromatic silhouettes in black and yellow, to which he added diversity with colorful geometric pattern pieces. Xander Zhou was there too on Friday, showcasing a 70’s shapes influenced collection to which he added a worker uniform feel.

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Label SONGZIO follows to show on Saturday and Monday afternoon designer Vivienne Westwood is back with her established gender-mixed fashion show wich will reveal works for SS 2018. Check the full list of designers presenting collections at LFWM here.