JordanLuca Fall/Winter 2018 Blends Italian Tailoring with British Hoodlums

Suit meets street.

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Young British brand JordanLuca debuted its Fall/Winter 2018 collection on the final day of London Fashion Week: Men’s, showcasing a collection melding tailored outerwear and suiting with hoodies, jeans, and graphic T-shirts.

With experience at brands including Jil Sander, Vivienne Westwood and Erdem, designers Jordan Bowen and Luca Marchetto aim to blend sartorial worlds, combining Italian quality with a British streetwise mindset. Dubbed “Angry Staffy,” Fall/Winter 2018 mends graphic T-shirts and printed layering pieces with reworked overcoats and suits, subverting casual items with conservative patterns and vice versa. For instance, a straightforward bomber and jeans outfit is undercut with a retro “LONDON” graphic T-shirt and tangled muffler worn around the neck, while a slim plaid suit features synchronized striping and is styled over a track jacket with a matching pattern.

Our coverage of London Fashion Week: Men’s completed after the event wrapped yesterday, but expect more coverage to come as Pitti Uomo and Paris Fashion Week kick into high gear. For more LWF:M, check out our exclusive backstage look at A-COLD-WALL*’s presentation.

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