STYLE COUNCIL

London Men’s Fashion Week: The Good, The Bad & The “WTF”?

London Collections: Men kicked off the round of menswear shows in Europe on Monday, presenting the best…and other things that Brit talent has to offer for the upcoming fall season.

TopMan Design emphasized volume and some sumptuous shades of sherbert.

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We can always get behind a jumpsuit and so can Lou Dalton.

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Christopher Shannon made some faces…

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…And deconstructed some sleeves

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Richard James‘ natty tailoring perfectly captured the spirit of the English gentleman.

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While Hackett didn’t shy away from mixing and matching prints, then threw a tartan cape over it.

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If Hackett didn’t shy away, Astird Andersen for MAN (a joint initiative between Topman and Fashion East which champions emerging menswear designers) dove headfirst into prints…

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…Channeling the 90s with baggy pants, high fades and a bold lip.

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Craig Green for MAN‘s avant garde designs may have had models scratching their heads…

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…But hopefully they didn’t get a splinter from their plywood masks.

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Agi & Sam for MAN‘s looks were tame compared to their fellow MAN designers, but they had a leg, or paw, up with coordinating canine couture.

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Katie Eary‘s fall collection is not for wallflowers despite the heavy use of florals.

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Johnny Depp was apparently one of Oliver Spencer‘s inspirations, at least when it came to facial hair.

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Which designs would you kill for…and which wouldn’t you be caught dead in?

Photos: The Fashionisto