Highlights from London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 commenced on Friday in London, converging a stream of the brightest talent in the UK’s menswear industry to the City center. So, let's take a closer look at some of our favourite collections form the Fashion Week.
Blindness simply signifies not seeing gender. The South Korean export is propagating the one gender political revolution message yet on the floors of the London Fashion Week.
This is also why the designers (Ji Sun Park and Kyu Yong Shin) were nominated for the LVMH . Prize last year, and why the men’s sector of London Fashion Week was eager to get its hands on this rare Korean export.
Per Götesson’s show looked most of all like elegant streetwear. Up close, it was like a Christmas tree of surprises. Alongside his jewellery designer partner Husam El-Odeh, the young Swede and London men’s shows debutant excels in curious, meticulous embellishment.
As far as the runway is concerned, we sometimes miss a touch of innovation but when it comes to these brands you can’t deny how in touch they are with their young clientele.
Cottweiler have trademarked themselves by a certain satisfaction of sports From seedy gyms to sexy council estate tracksuits, the genre has plenty to offer for a millennial brand in the early stages of social media fame where continuity is key.
A Cold Wall
The Guests to the A Cold Wall show were enticed with a vacuum packed pair of goggles and face mask upon entering the Old Truman Brewery show space in East London, a sign of things to come. The brand's Creative Director Samuel Ross presented his collection titled 'Human. Form. Structure' to all present at the show.