Thursday, 15 January 2015 17:51

London Collections: Men - The designers

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Private White VC –LCM AWI5

Day one of LC:M is nearly over and Private White VC's 'The Last Man standing'. Presentation was a lovely end to a hectic day. Models on podiums dressed in truly British heritage wear greeted attendees live weavers and seamsters were in store demonstrating the skill and craftsmanship that the brand prides itself on along with the fact that all PWVC collections are entirely made in their Manchester factory sourcing their fabrics within the same county.

Hentsch Man - LCM AW15

A disused sex shop in the heart of Soho (why do I know that?) Provided an interesting back drop for the Hentsch Man - LCM AW15 presentation and the sounds of James Brown 'Sex Machine' was the icing on the cake for the tongue in cheek brand.

Created in 2008 as the result of a long search for the perfect white shirt Hentsch Man quickly evolved into an uber-cool menswear brand offering a diverse range of wardrobe essentials.

The casual fashions of 90's grunge seemed to collide with the 1960s Mod subculture and then rules were thrown out of the window flannels, bandanna prints along with a funky colour pallete sets the tone for a fun and wearable collection.

Maharishi- LCM AW15

I am not normally the biggest fan of utilitarian chic however I appreciate this offering from street wear designers Maharishi entitled "The path to Stealth and The Five Pointillist Styles of Chi Gung Fu"

Dramatic while still being wearable this collection seemed popular among attendees. Consisting of mostly black , dark greys camouflages with pops of blue, orange and cranberry red this collection was muted in colour but very rich in texture which include quilting, furs, leather and kits. 

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