The most exclusive collections from London Men's FW A/W 2020
The new fashion season - fall-winter 2020/2021 - traditionally began with the weeks of men's fashion. The most experimental week of the entire fashion month, traditionally held in London. LookStyler will tell you about the most exclusive collections from young designers of men's fashion week in London.
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In the new season, the designer continues to rely on his Scottish roots: “I visited the Orkney Islands and witnessed a pagan ceremony that is more than 200 years old. According to Jeffrey, it was these ceremonies that served as a source of inspiration for complex handmade costumes.
Finalist of last year's LVMH Prize, who is known for using various recycled materials in her collections and working with charitable foundations. This time she worked with the organization 'The Magpie Project', which helps mothers with young children who are in difficult living conditions. Together with the artist Melissa Kitty Jarram, they developed and transferred to the objects from the collection semi-abstract drawings on the theme of motherhood.
Pronounce is a duet of designers with Chinese roots, Yushan Lee and June Zhou. The mountains of China and their contrasting landscapes became the main references to the new collection - the multifaceted color palette begins with pale pink and dusty lilac and reaches bright orange, red and emerald. The collection is amazingly masterful work with a cut blazers and coats, attention to detail, courage in a combination of fabrics, handmade.
Hussein Chalayan’s new collection was inspired by stories about Australian aborigines and ancient land travel routes.
The designer also cited Asian ceremonial clothing in the details and patterns of the new collection.
“With the end of the decade, we felt we had to get rid of the old,” Cook said. Designers Jane Bert and Stefan Cooke called their collection rather ominously - "The End". Оver the entire history of the shows, they have already acquired a lot of signatures: from the configuration of skinny silhouettes to the ingenious game with classic British things. The experiments at Stefan Cooke brand are ongoing. And, of course, this is the beginning of a new chapter.
A designer with Korean roots, Hyun-min Han, is very good at working with deconstruction. The main motive of the new Münn fall-winter 2020 collection was the combination of denim, leather and translucent organza. Pay attention to ties: the designer uses them as a trim for pockets and seams, instead of belts, as handkerchiefs in a jacket pocket and as jewelry.