16
Jun

London Collections Mens Review Pt. 1

Let the Menswear season commence, starting with London Collections Men, off all the collections that graced the runways, here are the first 3 favorites; Kit Neale giving vivid billowing vibes, Craig Green with monotone Japanese influence and Richard James and his Englishman in a jungle oasis. 


Kit Neale

A collection of dramatic blooming floral prints bursting in pops of vivid hues of yellow, lime green and cerulean blue. Along with hints of pale pink, patterns of blue gingham and pink seersucker stripes too. Billowing silhouettes in hand embroidered silks trekked down the runway accessorized with bucket hats and pom-pom earrings.Kit Neale | London Collections Mens Review Pt. 1 | B4MODA fashion blog


Craig green

The perfect uniformity with a correlation of quilted and wrapped Japanese utility wear and martial arts garments in a head-to-toe monotone color pallet of primary hues of reds, yellows and blues along with bursts of orange and emerald. Quoted as, “A single, improbably picturesque image”, Craig Green’s collection gave perfection to his craft of layering.Craig Green | London Collections Mens Review Pt. 1 | B4MODA fashion blog

Craig Green | London Collections Mens Review Pt. 1 | B4MODA fashion blog


Richard James

The concept of the jet setting Englishman has been the mold of the Richard James label and this collection found the perfect cohesion of refined basics and svelte, polished tailoring. Lively fuchsias, oranges, turquoise, greens mixed with classic neutrals set the color tone accompanied by jungle floral and line drawn overlay patterns.Richard James | London Collections Mens Review Pt. 1 | B4MODA fashion blog

Richard James | London Collections Mens Review Pt. 1 | B4MODA fashion blog


Photos from fashionising.com

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