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Men hit the capital and celebrate men’s fashion ...

Twice a year, Somerset House plays host to the biannual pinnacle of the UK fashion industry: LFW. It often goes without saying that this means there are plenty of people peacocking in the square, and models are sashaying down the runway, but these people are implicitly female. However, the BFC have been pushing male fashion, and for the fourth time London Collections: Men hit the capital and celebrate men’s fashion. We show you how to incorporate these looks into your own wardrobe

Christopher Kane Cool

In the world of women’s fashion, Kane represents a kind of cool that doesn’t mean you’ve been plucked from the toilets at Shoreditch House. There’s a kind of elegance and understated chic that has been transferred into his garments for men, relying on a muted colour palette of navies, greys and reds to complement the structured silhouettes



Gieves & Hawkes for the modern dandy

Normally associated with the refined elder generation, Gieves & Hawkes have upped their game this season, and made their smart tailoring accessible to a younger generation whilst retaining its timeless appeal. Featuring well-cut pea- and trench-coats, on top of cardigans and chunky knitwear, this collection will fit into any gentleman’s wardrobe



From the high street to high end: Topman Design

Every high street plays host to a Topman for good reason: it boasts the reputation of being one of the few affordable fashion-led men’s fashion stores. Like Topshop Unique for its female division, Topman Design has fashion-forward pieces for a higher price point. This season its black, pale blue, and tomato red palette show off boxy silhouettes and different textures


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