A Glimpse of Brands at the Final Day of London Fashion Week 2018 – Men
London Fashion Week is one of the most-awaited Fashion events of the industry as it presents a whole horizon of opportunities to the emerging as well as well-reputed fashion designers to come up with their latest creations and to show off their creativity. As always, the Fashion Week for Men for the upcoming year brought with it a lot of new designs and styles of clothing as well as footwear. Especially the designs introduced for men’s jackets and coats caught the attention of many in the industry. The event concluded in the most amazing passion as the last day of the Fashion week showcased a variety of creative designs from different brands making waves in the fashion world.
As for instance, the collections from Balenciaga’s Bernie Sanders stole the show as it was basically inspired by the 2017 fall/winter collection which was heavily packed with pop-cultured lose silhouettes. The men’s winter jackets, t-shirts, hoodies, trench coats and many other types of clothing caught the attention of many on the show. In addition, there were designs from Gosha Rubchinskiy who teamed up with Kappa.
However, the best of the best came from A-COLD-WALL, which was largely liked by all and sundry at the Fashion Week 2018. The A-COLD-Wall collection for men for the upcoming year was inspired by the theme of classroom according to the designer, Sameul Ross. He further explained in a recent interview that he explained the idea of how the aspects routine and organizations affect the mindset of an individual. Overall, by looking at the collection by A-COLD-WAR, one is bound to have an air of “British Culture”.
Another notable designer who showed up at the Fashion Week 2018 for men with their latest productions was Tinie Teletubbies with his “What WE Wear” collection. The catch of the show was David Haye walking the ramp of the London Fashion Week 2018 on its Final Day.
Author: Amber Hina is a freelance writer deeply interested in fashion and well-being. When she is not writing, she is doing yoga.