From rich velvet and oversized knitwear, to deep rust shades and streetwear-inspired military wear, these are the best trends to come out of LFWM AW17.
2017-01-11 12:51:58 • By Angharad Jones
At John Lobb AW17 the collection was inspired by the River Nene that runs through Northamptonshire, paying homage to the region's great history of shoe making.
2017-01-10 17:27:00 • By Angharad Jones
Showcasing both men's and women's clothing, the KTZ AW17 show at London Fashion Week Men's demonstrated that gender knows no boundaries.
2017-01-10 15:19:58 • By Angharad Jones
John Smedley's AW17 collection unified men's and womenswear in a celebration of Britain's finest raw materials.
2017-01-10 11:30:53 • By Liam Roberts
The ART SCHOOL AW17 presentation marked the label's debut collection, in collaboration with Fashion East.
2017-01-10 11:10:33 • By Angharad Jones
The Belstaff AW17 collection draws inspiration from the brand's rich military heritage under a "Jolly Roger" theme to celebrate the robust clothing worn by the Royal Navy during World War II.
2017-01-10 10:55:25 • By Clare Potts
At London Fashion Week Men, Maharishi opted to showcase its SS17 collection - a body of work that looks to Africa and the military presence on the continent.
2017-01-09 09:48:42 • By Angharad Jones
The Christopher Raeburn AW17 collection presented a new take on the military trend.
2017-01-09 09:11:25 • By Angharad Jones
The Matthew Miller AW17 collection presented uniforms for the disenchanted, the disenfranchised and disengaged.
2017-01-08 13:04:31 • By Angharad Jones
The Oliver Spencer AW17 collection was a mix of smart and casual, soft and tough, and luxury and street-ready.
2017-01-07 20:27:39 • By Angharad Jones
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