London Collections Men: Barbour AW16
For Autumn/Winter ’16, Barbour stayed true to – and celebrated – its North East roots. Starting life as a company that manufactured oilskins for lighthouse keepers and fishermen in its founding area of South Shields, Barbour is a brand that is synonymous with the great British outdoors; a brand that marries style with function like no other really can.
London Collections Men: Private White V.C. AW16
The Private White V.C. AW16 collection is for the man who wants to look smart but not over-done; the man who likes his classic tailoring.
London Collections Men: Universal Works AW16
The Universal Works AW16 presentation continued with a bit of a theme that was developing on the first day of LCM: brands paying homage to their hometowns.
London Collections Men: Oliver Spencer AW16
The Oliver Spencer AW16 collection was a mixture of rock 'n' roll and Afrobeat styles. Read the full show report on Coggles.
London Collections Men: YMC AW16
The YMC AW16 collection was like a glorious mash-up of 1960s psychedelia and looks from a less-intimidating character in Tarantino’s latest release.
London Collections Men: Maharishi AW16
As with previous collections, Maharishi AW16 had strong military and rebellious influences - reinvented to suit its own ideology.
London Collections Men: Nigel Cabourn SS16
For SS16, Nigel Cabourn took to the sea, taking inspiration from the British and US Navy in WWII when the two countries joined together in combat.
London Collections Men: YMC SS16
YMC's signature soft tailoring was seen throughout the SS16 collection, with longline shirts, oriental workwear, and boiler suits all featuring.
London Collections Men: Soulland SS16
Soulland’s Iron Wheel Club collection for SS16 is an ode to social interests and norms that differ from the mainstream society. Read the show report here.