After a lengthy break, fashion shows returned to the runways in London recently, with the presentation of several Autumn/Winter 2019 menswear collections.
The trends spotted include various unisex silhouettes – and shows – as well as vibrant colours and casual chic, still infused with a sportswear vibe with loose cuts and logos.
Here’s a selection of standout looks from last week’s opening weekend of London Fashion Week Men’s. – AFP Relaxnews
British chic was on the agenda at Edward Crutchley, which was one of few labels to shun the sportswear trend. Colors, like the collection, were subtle and refined.
Bobby Abley brought a cozy vibe with a touch of childhood nostalgia to Autumn/Winter 2019 with cute prints and snug designs.
Channeling sport and military style, Raeburn showed a collection of relatively loose cuts, featuring details such as zips and pockets, and in colors including black and green.
Loose cuts were also on show at Astrid Andersen, where casual styles were matched with super-chic grooming.
With sweatsuit, T-shirt and sneakers, Fashion East was another label following the sportswear trend with a collection also featuring some highly refined silhouettes.