Scottish born designer, illustrator and radical creative Charles Jeffrey debuted his first standalone show at this year’s London Fashion Week Men’s. Coming down the runway was a mish-mash of characters from those wearing pink-painted homemade cardboard shapes, to half-pantomime troupe dancers of all sizes. Using the motto of “The past is a country anyone can visit!,” Jeffrey’s offering is quite deliberately non-linear. The collection boasts inspiration from both Vivienne Westwood and John Galliano as well as all the London club kids in the eighties.
Take a peep at the collection above and be sure to tune into all the London Fashion Week Men’s 2018 coverage right here.