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From a fresh take on tailoring to minty fresh colours via denim and utilitarian sportswear, Drapers dissects the top menswear trends from the spring 20 edition of London Fashion Week Men’s.
The spring 20 edition of London Fashion Week Men’s (LFWM), which took place on 7-10 June, officially kicked off the new menswear buying season with a strong and steady edition that focused the spotlight on fashion’s future.
London Fashion Week Men's buyer diary: day threeSubscription
On the final day of the spring 20 edition of LFWM, Browns’ senior buyer Thom Scherdel discusses his stand out shows and designers to watch.
River Island’s menswear team are on a mission to dress the nation’s male shoppers in prints and patterns. There are classic checks and plaids in the key jacket and trouser shapes, although newness comes through fresher takes that feature patterns worked in panels or patchwork designs.
High street preview: Topshop autumn 19Subscription
From feline stripes to snakeskin prints, and checks through to tartans, discover Topshop’s key outerwear directions for next season.
The top trends from River Island’s latest womenswear range include techno tweeds and throwback denim.
French Connection has cited athleisure and “effortless styling” as inspirations for its latest range, which has a relaxed cosiness at its core. Long, dressing gown-like coats and padded blanket jackets are on offer, alongside classic oversized fake furs in leopard spots.
High street preview: Karen Millen autumn 19Subscription
A first look at the new autumn 19 womenswear collection from high street retailer Karen Millen.
High street preview: Joules women's autumn 19Subscription
Joules’ signature outdoor styling carries into autumn 19 with classic parkas and raincoats that come in longer lengths. Tailored outerwear options stand out for a smarter take, and a tweed coat with a fake fur collar taps into the trend for all things heritage-inspired.
High street preview: Cos women's autumn 19Subscription
Graphic architectural forms make for a bold autumn 19 womenswear collection at Cos, where traditional items have been reworked into modern reinterpretations with a directional twist.