• Pronounce Men's Spring 2019

    10 days ago - By WWD

    Over Chinese New Year, Pronounce designer Jun Zhou took his mother on a trip to Kolkata, India, to visit a friend from his days at the London College of Fashion. There, he visited the vast Mullick Ghat Flower Market on the bank of the Hooghly River, in the shadow of the Howrah Bridge. The contrast he saw, between the natural beauty of the millions of flowers and the toughness of an urban metropolis, inspired the strong collection the Zhou and fellow designer Yushan Li showed for spring, their third show in London.
    It was a fetching blend of great tailoring and workwear that nodded to the...
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  • Adwoa Aboah & Co. Celebrate The New Burberry Collection

    Adwoa Aboah & Co. Celebrate The New Burberry Collection

    10 days ago - By 10 magazine

    Adwoa and Burberry are having a love affair and we're absolutely living for it. On Friday night, just before the London Fashion Week Men's madness broke loose, Burbs invited the fashion troops into their Regent's Street flagship store to celebrate the launch of the latest, third chapter of the Adwoa Aboah portfolio. The photos, shot by Juergen Teller, also served as the campaign for the brand's new Pre-Collection with Adwoa and fellow modell Sonny Hall showcasing the collection around Accra, Ghana. As always with Burbs, the party was a mighty success. The drinks were strong, the beats were...
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  • Boys will be girls: Charles Jeffrey gets sporty at LFW

    10 days ago - By The Guardian

    Loverboy's gender-fluid style takes energetic, athleisure twist at London fashion week men's Tuesday marked the final day of shows at London fashion week men's. And while a dwindling schedule has become apparent, with many designers heading abroad - British menswear's golden goose, Craig Green, is showing at Pitti in Florence this week instead of London - their absence has also created a vacuum for the next generation of designers to further make their mark. Of the biggest names on the calendar, which include Martine Rose and A-Cold-Wall*, is Charles Jeffrey Loverboy.
    Jeffrey, 27, is a...
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  • LFWM: London is still a hotbed for emerging menswear

    LFWM: London is still a hotbed for emerging menswear

    10 days ago - By Fashion United

    The inimitable draw of London Fashion Week Men's is its roster of emerging talent. No other city fuels and nurtures young designers quite like in
    London, and this LFWM is no exception.
    While the international luxury brands may show in Milan or Paris, London holds the sway when it comes to discovering creative talent and its commitment to giving them a voice. For the spring summer 2019 shows the calendar is packed with emerging brands and exciting new names. Some have transferred from as far away as Korea to show on the LFWM platform.
    Blindness
    Blindness, who last year were nominated for...
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  • St. James's Retailers, Barbour International Take a Streetwear Turn at London Fashion Week Men's

    10 days ago - By WWD

    STREET SMARTS: Traditional men's wear retailers from Jermyn Street, St. James's took to the sidewalks of London for their fourth open-air show in a see-now-buy-now format during London Fashion Week Men's.
    New to the fashion week fixture were brands Paul & Shark, Aspinal of London and Grenson. The three brands joined seasoned labels Harvie & Hudson, John Smedley, Lock & Co. and Aquascutum in flexing their sartorial muscles.
    The Jermyn Street retailers favored mustard yellow and cornflower blue separates. Bright, colored socks added a pop to traditional looks.
    A look from the St. James's...
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