Day one at London Fashion Week Men’s 2017 Fall/Winter has come to an end, but there are still some shows we haven’t covered that are deserving of a second look.
Our first choice is Per Götesson, who was part of the MAN show alongside Feng Chen Wang and Charles Jeffrey Loverboy. The theme around Götesson’s collection was sleep and the range featured loose takes on pyjama shirts, slouchy denim, and a new take on traditional tartan.
Next up is Alex Mullins, who held a runway show this season. The official theme of Mullins’s collection was Sunday living, with jackets using graphics from ’90s VHS tapes. The standouts from the range were the two-tone jackets, box-check jackets, alongside half-check-half-denim trousers and a standout light-pink bomber.
The last noteworthy show of the day was Craig Green. The show continued in the same vein as Green’s previous works, focusing on incremental improvements rather than drastic change. Green continued to utilize workwear shapes, reworking them with boucle tweed and quilted leather.
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