Thursday, 25 February 2010

London fashion week; day six round up.

And so sees the final run at London fashion week, yesterday it was the turn of the menswear shows. From Saville row tailors to high street classics it was a mixed bunch on the catwalk.
From nods to Geek chic, similar trends from classic British tailoring with notes of leathers at Gieves & Hawkes show, to layering & nods of military style at Topman's collection.

There was a clear divide of styles from the high street designers to the classic tailors. With more heavy layering, from long cuts under shorter top layers abundant in the high street collections; whereas classic cuts with modern twists on short suits were noticeable from the saville row side.

Personal favourites in the collections from the menswear day were E.Tautz's suits with slight pops of colour from yellow bow ties, to orange suede shoes. Tim Soar's mix of casual chic with layering, and Gieves and Hawkes nod to geek chic amongst their classic staples.

-Image: London fashion week -

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