London Fashion Week Men's Spring and Autumn 18
The 11th edition of London Fashion Week Men’s (LFWM) drew to a calm and chilly end on Monday. While the overall atmosphere at the UK’s dedicated menswear showcase was much quieter this season, the lack of big, headlining brands focused attention on London’s creative rising stars.
The first day of the spring 18 edition of London Fashion Week Mens kicked off with a handful of catwalk debuts and collaboration launches from some of the city’s newest names, including Edward Crutchley, Liam Hodges and Bodybound.
Craig Green and Vivienne Westwood were among the stand out shows on the final day of London Fashion Week Men’s spring 18.
Selfridges’ men’s designer and contemporary buyer Jack Cassidy on his three favourite shows and the trends to know from the fourth and final day of London Fashion Week Men’s spring 18.
A mix of new menswear names, emerging brands and established talents shone on a sunny day two of London Fashion Week Mens.
Find out which menswear collections and new trends stood out on day three of London Fashion Week Men’s for Harvey Nichols’ head of menswear David Aquilina.
Drapers speaks to Damien Paul, head of menswear at Matchesfashion.com, to find discover his highlights from the second day of menswear shows at London Fashion Week Men’s.
In part one of Drapers’ spring 18 buyer’s diary series, Browns menswear buyer Lee Goldup reveals his thoughts on day one of London Fashion Week Mens, including his stand out collections of the day.
Catch up on the London menswear catwalks, with Drapers’ selection of the top trends for autumn 18.
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On day one of LFWM, MatchesFashion.com’s head of menswear Damien Paul shares his stand out autumn 18 collections from the London catwalks.