London Fashion Week Men's Highlights: DAY 2

The fashion caravan has already trundled off to Milan, but before we take a small break from our reports from Milan, here are a few parting words on some of the second day highlights and shows. 



This season the English brand participated with a presentation at The Strand which was strong enough to translate the ethos of the PHOEBE ENGLISH label.


Box and bomber jackets, smart wide trousers and a collaboration with designer Helen Lawrence on chunky knitwear completed the strong visuals of the collection and its installation.


Christopher RÆBURN


With Innovative design and always #sustainable, the Christopher RÆBURN AW18 collection was for another one time unstoppable. 


The inspiration for the Autumn Winter 18-19 collection comes from the beauty and the fragility of our oceans and it consists of pieces that many times can be more functional than only beautiful or trendy. He  chose his own path, he never follows the trends but who cares; that's the reason we love him.


During the show we noted both male and female models on the runway, even though a big range of the pieces are unisex. A new collaboration with the surf brand Finistere and the Palladium one on footwear completed the sustainable design manifesto. 

Alex Mullins


Futuristic, colourful and with 90s elements, Alex Mullins rocked the runway. His AW 18 collection pays tribute to the futuristic ideals of his early 90s inspirations of SS18. and continues to revisit his on-going interest of encompassing a timeless wardrobe with a contemporary take.


Coloured spiral tie dye roll necks paired with tailored pieces, cream and camel longline puffer coats and white shirts with modular cut out detailing feature across the collection.


Charles Jeffrey

Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY presented his Autumn Winter 2018 collection during  London Fashion Week Men’s and he amazed the fashion world, once again. 


We will definitely come back to his collection with another report, but for now we note that in one collection we saw words such as ‘Truth’, ‘Love’, ‘Energy’, ‘Power’, ‘Male’ and ‘Female’ to be translated on clothes. 

Surrealism, intense colours, womenswear on male models and androgynous on female and elements of the Scottish tradition created this collection.