Uber-cool urban threads at Shaun Samson
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Long-haired lads rule the runway at MATTHEW MILLER
Patrick Grant’s latest collection for E. Tautz was decadence, decadence, decadence – right down to the pairs of custom Louboutin loafers. Drawn to the idea of a richer man’s sense of dress, the Savile Row tailor created the lush, luxurious wardrobe he’s always wanted to have.
Menswear Installations S/S 14 – RULE #1: SAY YES
When, back in 1995, Fraser Moss and Jimmy Collins borrowed industrial designer Raymond Loewy’s slogan, ‘You must create’, in order to name their nascent clothing company they couldn’t have realised what a clarion call those words would become.
What makes an English gent? Hackett London does! Check out Fiasco’s exclusive backstage coverage here.
Christopher Raeburn, outwear hero and poster boy for ethically aware fashion, proves there are ways to look stylish even in a sandstorm. His latest collection reappropriated military fabrics, featuring a slew of cotton canvas trousers and camo-laden accessories.
With music by Idris Elba, Wretch32 on the catwalk and inspiration taken from neo-expressionist painter Basquiat, one could be lead to think this was going to be a gritty, aggressive collection steeped in 80s references and London grime, figuratively and literally.
A funny thing happened in London today: the sun came out. To appreciate what a seismic event that was, you’d have to have been here for the last six months – a winter that just refused to go away, drenching every glimmer of heat with a blanket of cloud and rain.