We took to the streets on day one of London Fashion week to see what the stylish show-goers were wearing this season.
Because where else can you wear head-to-toe leather or Yeezy?
@MAXSAWARD – Max Saward
We’re so here for this look. The retro leather and the Raf for Clavin Klein vibes are everything we needed for a Monday. If only we could wear this to the office.
@THEODORE_URIAH – Theodore Uriah
When you break it down this look is surprisingly wearable, but we’re in love head-to-toe with Theodore’s style. This is a masterclass when it comes to street style layering.
@CHRISICHUNG – Christopher Chung
For a great mix between smart and sportswear, this look from Mr. Chung is right on the money. The tie waist pinstripe pants are perfect with box fresh sneakers and a Gucci tee. The overcoat adds that smart edge, and the baseball cap brings it right back to the streets.
@LCROCO_ALPHA – Marc-Henri Ngandu & @BLEUMODE – Julien Boudet
Turning our attention away from the shows and to the street style photographers, we loved these guys’ defined style. Marc (left) is serving us perfect layered Seventies vibes with frayed jeans and a baker-boy cap, and Julien (right) is giving us Nineties matrix with a dash of sportswear.
@ALBERT_BARRIO_ – Albert Barrio
For an easy everyday ensemble that still looks well put together, this outfit from Mr. Barrio is the one. Cuffed jeans, fresh sneakers and a great bomber will carry you through to summer.
@DOMGRIFF93 – Dominic Adam Griffin
So, many have been representing the brand, but this head-to-toe Loewe look is literally our idea of a perfect trans-seasonal look. From the printed sweater, to the exaggerated cuffed jeans and suede sneakers, all finished with an overcoat, it’s a winner for any modern gent.
@JESSECRANKSON – Jesse Crankson
Nothing says Seventies more than some wide leg corduroy pants and a brown blazer. Mix that in with a subtle but tonal print clash and you’ve got a look that pays homage in the best way.
@FMNTY – Ramses
Hoodie, dungarees, cute sunnies = lewk.
@TIM.LECKIE – Tim Leckie
If in doubt, head for a colour pop sweater and some statement sunnies.
Another homage to a passed era but brought right up to date with modern styling. The accessories are what really shines in this outfit, from the larger than life hat to the gold-rimmed sunnies.
@DIMASHADILET – Dimash Adilet
Suiting. Done. Right. Mr Adilets take on a checked suit and classic trench coat combo is a classic that will never date.
@OUTRIGHTJACK – Jack
If you’re looking to update a look then think about your proportions. This look pairs an oversized suit with a roll neck and sneakers, but it’s the cuffed trousers and the open jacket that keep it modern.