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Five Trends from London Collections Men SS17

As London Collections Men wraps up for another season, the trends for Spring/Summer ’17 have started to emerge. From updated classics and relaxed tailoring, to early ‘60s-inspired shapes and prints, here are the trends from LCM SS17 we’re most looking forward to next summer.

2016-06-29 10:55:42By Angharad Jones

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London Collections Men: Belstaff SS17

Referencing Bruce Brown’s 1971 film On Any Sunday, the collection was all about how bikers dress both on and off the tracks.

2016-06-18 16:27:52By Angharad Jones

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London Collections Men: Private White V.C. SS17

Private White V.C. may be a brand that takes its inspiration from one of the most famous men involved in British WWII history, but it's also one that caters for the modern man, marrying vintage-inspired design with contemporary style.

2016-06-13 17:47:30By Angharad Jones

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London Collections Men: Oliver Spencer SS17

Inspired by a house on Capri, the Oliver Spencer SS17 collection was minimalist, clean and simple.

2016-06-13 17:45:20By Angharad Jones

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London Collections Men: Nigel Cabourn SS17

For Nigel Cabourn SS17, inspiration came from the WWII British 7th Armoured Division - commonly, and affectionately, known as the 'Desert Rats'. Each of Cabourn's collections - Authentic, Lybro and Army Gym - were influenced by this Egypt-based division who fought battles in North Africa, Italy and Europe during the war.

2016-06-13 17:40:22By Angharad Jones

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London Collections Men: Barbour SS17

Inspired by the North Sea, the Barbour SS17 men's collection evokes nostalgia for the great British summer.

2016-06-13 17:39:19By Angharad Jones

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London Collections Men: Universal Works SS17

For SS17, founder and designer David Keyte was inspired by revolution and beatnik poetry of 1960s America, creating the brand's very own protest and televising that revolution.

2016-06-13 17:30:30By Angharad Jones

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London Collections Men: YMC SS17

This season, designers Fraser Moss and Jimmy Collins took inspiration from counter-cultural elements of Britain, specifically the African art that became a part of British culture in the late '60s and through to the early '80s.

2016-06-13 17:28:09By Angharad Jones

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London Collections Men: Paul Smith AW16

For Autumn/Winter ’16, Paul Smith took us back 46 years to where it all began; his first shop in a 1970s Mayfair, open just two days a week.

2016-01-22 14:47:27By Angharad Jones

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London Collections Men: Belstaff AW16

Each season the Belstaff collection centres on the brand’s sense of adventure; for Belstaff AW16 they headed north with a range for cold adventure riding.

2016-01-21 15:55:07By Angharad Jones