Now in its 11th season, London Fashion Week Men’s (LFWM) continues to prove that the menswear shows are not merely a Fashion Week afterthought, but a big event that is bustling with energy and creativity.
‘For the first day I anchored my look around one of this year’s key colours, burgundy. The full colour spectrum of red is big this season so I went with this leather biker jacket in a deep burgundy. I layered a simple black rollneck underneath partnered with grey check trousers. The colour in this outfit is quite bold so I chose a pair of glasses that wouldn’t clash. These Osiris frames proved to be the ideal match. The gunmetal style kept my look feeling fresh and contemporary.’OSIRIS COMPLEX
‘This look was all about mixing colour, print and texture. The mustard corduroy jacket layered over denim and paired with a striped tee kept the look visually interesting with a bit of a retro feel. For me, these frames add real character to this look. The round shape and tortoiseshell pattern give an air of old-fashioned class with a preppy twist. The frames are acetate so incredibly light and comfortable to wear.’HARRIER
‘This is a much more casual Fashion Week look for me. Again I played up to the red trend, pairing a brushed wool burgundy overcoat with a bright red beanie and a pop of red in a hoodie top. I wanted a pair of frames that could hold their own, so to speak, with this outfit. These Diesel specs proved just the ticket. The pilot-style frame was strong enough and the clear grey colour meant they didn’t dominate the look.’DIESEL DL5242
‘On the final night of London Fashion Week Men’s I attended a closing dinner so it was time to break out the tailoring. I opted for a tonal look with a navy chalk-stripe two-piece suit worn with a navy rollneck (the perfect cocktail alternative to a shirt and tie). Going for a pared back look, I went with these rounded, light weight metal Gant frames.’GANT GA3115-1