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London Fashion Week Men’s kicked off the spring 19 catwalk season with a creative and defiant tour de force from emerging young designers. Look back at the trends that will define the upcoming season
Despite questions over the future of London Fashion Week Men’s following the departure of some big names, emerging labels flourished in the limelight at a successful spring 19 edition.
On day two of London Fashion Week Men’s spring 19 edition, Selfridges’ buying manager for menswear Jack Cassidy talks us through his highlights from the day.
On the first full day of London Fashion Week Men’s spring 19 edition, Harvey Nichols’ menswear buyer Danielle Grantham shares her thoughts on the collections and trends to note.
As womenswear fashion month kicks off with New York Fashion Week, Drapers rounds up the trends to note from the shows, including Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, Victoria Beckham and more.
There was an air of anticipation in the City of Light this season ahead of the debut collections from two of menswear’s most innovative – and controversial – designers as they took the helm at two of the big French fashion houses.
The Paris catwalks took the zeitgeist of feminine power and protest to heart this season, as designers opted for a strong and sophisticated take on power dressing – from Dior’s revolution-inspired collection to Alexander McQueen’s warrior women. As fashion month draws to a close, Drapers rounds up the key trends from the French capital.