London Collections: Men produced a huge array of fashions back in January from classic to unusual. Various key styles were developed for this year’s Autumn and Winter high street collections from chunky textures to classic neutrals. Get ahead of the game this season as we give you the top picks in store right now!
Popular this time last year, shearling is set for a return this winter. Typical aviator-type jackets were rife on the catwalks with designers like Tom Ford and Burberry Prorsum dressing their models in shearling outerwear in moody and autumnal tones. Greys and dark greens were among the most favoured – try this trend with relaxed trousers for perfect daytime staples.
Our picks of the best shearling jackets:
Topman Design opened London Collections: Men with a grunge-inspired collection that featured 70s checks and plaid prints. Reds, greys, and mustards were popular – incorporated through slim-fitting jackets and trousers. Dunhill and Hackett followed suit with plaid styles in greys and monochromes. The easiest way to wear this trend is through a simple checked shirt.
All Things Green
One of they key reoccurring colours shown back in January was green. Designers chose mossy shades, khakis and olive tones in all types of garment pieces; brands including Topman Design dressed models in army-style khaki outerwear. As a continuation of the military trend separate shades were worked across anything from tailoured trousers to casual knitwear.
Our best green picks:
Orange Is The New Black
Orange is another key colour that rolls around almost every season. For autumn and winter the shade is exhibited in rust and dark orange tones. If you’re feeling brave enough, bright orange tones were also popular on the London Collections: Men catwalks for this season, used again on every kind of garment imaginable. Clash rusts with olives for an up-to-season outfit, or match with monochromes for an easier attempt.
Our best orange picks:
By Rhiannon Wood