Men’s Fashion for SS15

When it comes to the Spring/Summer season, there’s a lot of events & parties on the books. So dressing up and looking your best becomes quite a big thing. And for the ladies, dressing to the nines in pastels and floral prints are ever so trending – but what about the guys? There is a…

London Collections: Men – January 12th

 Please note: Due to my hectic work schedule, this post will be updated as soon as possible Burberry Prorsum To be updated E. Tautz To be updated Gieves & Hawkes To be updated Tiger of Sweden To be updated More collections to be added & updated And that’s a wrap for this season! Images courtesy…

London Collections: Men – January 11th

 J.W. Anderson Colourful and feminine influences, this new J.W. Anderson collection definitely made a mark at LC:M. Irish designer Jonathan Anderson delivered fur & fringe details, gradients and colourblocking and a lot of leather cut trousers. Pringle of Scotland Classic styles with oversized scarves, well-cut & well-designed leather pieces, overcoats and knitwear (hello Aran jumper…

London Collections: Men – January 10th

Lee Roach An interesting Asian-influenced collection by Lee Roach, this SS15 menswear showed off monochrome with silver, pale yellow & orange mixes while keeping lines clean and textures safe. Knitwear & the trending oversized coat look were also evident in this show. Hardy Amies Designer Mehmet Ali knows how to design classic, stylish menswear and…

London Collections: Men – January 9th

Well Fashion Week has returned, and this weekend it’s all about menswear. You’ll have read the hype post for London Collections: Men, where LC:M Ambassador Tinie Tempah has his special bespoke suit made, as well as interviews with Sam Smith, Teo van den Broeke and Oliver Cheshire. And now it’s time to explore the actual fashion from…

Paris Fashion Week – October 1st

Louis Vuitton The Louis Vuitton show sent out a lot of colour, prints and patterns, trousers and dresses, leather and lace. It really had a bit of everything from striped motifs and still art prints to sequin embellished floral designs and even velour pants. Art itself was a major theme throughout from the prints to…

Paris Fashion Week – September 30th

Chanel How can one not love Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld’s beautiful designs for the iconic fashion house? And for this show, feminism was a huge theme; it even ended with the models taking feminist protest marching holding placards and chanting. It wasn’t necessarily all fun and games, the fashion was on-point with suits of all…

Paris Fashion Week – September 29th

Elie Saab As y’all know, Elie Saab is one of my all time favourite designers so I was very excited to see what his latest collection would entail. From the first look, I was instantly blown away! The monochrome stripes with that artistic print in a flowing waterfall cut and a black & white ombré…

Paris Fashion Week – September 28th

Kenzo Designers Humberto Leon & Carol Lim stepped up their game for the Kenzo fashion line this season. Oversized jackets and shirts in Spring-ready blue hues, stripes and abstract lined panels, pastel pink mosaic-style prints, plunging necklines and suits with futuristic visor sunglasses to complete the looks. Céline Oh how I love Céline fashion. It…

Paris Fashion Week – September 27th

Jean Paul Gautier This Spring 2015 RTW collection was truly the end of an era as designer Jean Paul Gaultier announced earlier this year that it would be his final prêt-à-porter collection for his label, and so he ended it with a bang. It full of theatrical exaggeration taking on the theme of a Miss…

Paris Fashion Week – September 26th

Chalayan The Chalayan Spring show was an interesting one, opening with longline jackets and side cut pants, ruffles and pleated textures, then moving into wide brimmed hats, colourful patterns and sweetheart necklines, black plunging pieces and floral prints before closing with more printed looks including women in burkas cautiously looking out. Talbot Runhof I very…

Paris Fashion Week – September 25th

Roland Mouret The Roland Mouret show was full of colour and clean lines, fun designs & patterns and vibrancy from open to close. The French designer kept to his aesthetic with clean, slicked back ponytails, neutral makeup and red lipstick. Carven For Guillaume Henry and the Carven SS15 RTW collection, it was all about speed,…

Paris Fashion Week – September 24th

Christophe Lemaire The Christophe Lemaire show was as Parisian as a PFW show could get. Clean lines, chic capes & jackets, playing on monochrome with black, white, grey & navy, and effortless cuts. It may not have ben an exciting collection but it was definitely one of the most elegant this season. I loved the…