What a way to begin 2019.
This year’s Edition of the London Men’s Fashion Week kicked off in kaleidoscope of beautiful colours.
From the gleaming runways, hauty models and beautiful pieces to the most fashionable colours, most must-have of must-have accessories and the coats that are oh so edgy, here’s everything you need to know for AW ’19.
Fashion weeks are a pointer to pieces that would rule till the next season, here are some of the trends gathered from the London Men Fashion Week.
Flooding the runway in different shapes, colour and styles; denim suits have resurfaced to rock the trends this AW’19 On the first day of London Fashion Week Men’s, there were countless two pieces which hit the runways, but the majority were cut from beating flannel to its game.
Oversized denim chore jackets teamed with matching oversized jeans at Bobby Abbley and E Tautz, to neat little sixties-style denim jackets, complete with patch pockets and camp collars, teamed with slim cut jeans, double denim in its the most simplistic yet sophisticated forms carried the week.
Harry Potter Scarves
Wonder how some granny-knitted made it to fashion trends? Well, welcome to the AW’19. Thick and long, the big accessory trend for Autumn Winter ‘19 is for massively oversized scarves a la Harry Potter.
Wide leg trousers first came into the scene during Mark Weston’s Spring Summer ‘19 outing for Dunhill, are definitely a rave this Autumn Winter ‘19.
Designed to create a fluid movement as with wearing a trouser with a wider base, this style works with high, western boots.
Oversized Trench Coats
This trench coat trend stole the shine of the London Men Fashion Week with the dawn of Riccardo Tisci’s first collection for Burberry last season, when the designer showed a host of iterations of the classically British style in fabrics ranging from classic Gabardine to cashmere. The eclectic re-imaginings of the style continued at London Fashion Week Men’s today, with a series of totally contrasting takes on a coat which was originally designed to protect soldiers from the elements in, you guessed it, the trenches of World War I.
By Sarah Oyedo