LC:M – The best of the bunch!

LC:M is one of the most anticipated events in the global menswear fashion scene. LC:M emphasizes the importance of British fashion in both a commercial and creative sense. This event is particularly famous because of the mix of classic Savile Row tailoring and the more edgy, contemporary fashion which is growing bigger in the capital every day.

Agi and Sam - These designers believe that fashion should never been taken too seriously and the crazy print and mix of colours definatly reflects this ethos. We love the mix of classic tailoring and contemporary ideas.

Agi and Sam – These designers believe that fashion should never been taken too seriously ( hence the Lego accessories! ). The crazy print and mix of colours definitely reflects this ethos. We love the mix of classic tailoring and contemporary ideas.

CMMN SWDN - Swedish brand CMMN takes pride in mixing high quality staples with statement pieces.    It seems like orange is the colour to choose  AW/15

CMMN SWDN – Swedish brand CMMN takes pride in mixing high quality staples with statement pieces. It seems like orange is the colour to choose for AW/15.

Burberry Prorsum -  It's time to bring velvet and floral print into menswear. Perhaps not the conventional material choice, but a definite winner this LC:M.

Burberry Prorsum – It’s time to bring velvet and floral print into menswear. Perhaps not a conventional material choice, but we love this quirky look even if it does remind us of our grandmother.

Astrid Anderson's work is described as being 'contemporary menswear'.  We love the paneled bomber jacket and the mix of this with the moss green silk.

Astrid Anderson’s work is described as being ‘contemporary menswear’. We love the paneled bomber jacket and the mix of this with the moss green silk.

Christopher Shannon - this designer develops his ideas by drawing on 'diverse references'. This collection plays to that and we love the knitwear - great for wearing to the shops!

Christopher Shannon – this designer develops his ideas by drawing on ‘diverse references’. This collection plays to that and we love the knitwear ¬†and unusual motifs.

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