London fashion week Men's SS 2019 day one trend
The most awaited London fashion week for the spring-summer 2019 season started with the very commercial collection, strong colors, and the neons. The collections at the show define the modern activist and nomadic men looking to explore the world with their risk-taking attitude, series of youthful, utilitarian-inspired looks
The emerging key colors of the season is Red, Military, Gray, Neons, and soft baby pinks for men.
Those ideas translated into a confident collection that felt more upbeat than previous seasons, with pops of neon or sunflower yellow and silver foil which, though cracklingly bright, made for some fun ensembles. Miller’s penchant for military detail came through in backless bulletproof-like vests, and in the many pockets on the front of a gray sweatshirt.
On The day first, the collections had sports influences, utilitarian style, multi-pocket shirts and Parka jackets. The trousers revealed by designers were very fluid, relaxed fit and sporty. Designers tried to work for the youth consumers, ready to explore the world and new evolving sporty habits.
The collection looks very commercial, designers worked for the modern men's emerging demands rather than the very experimental styles. There was a strong sense of angst and a need for freedom in the collection as we could get the sense from the very youthful tank tops and shorts.
At the show, it was very evident about the military influence from the collection of the Mathew Miller where he brings backless bulletproof-like vests, the stringent miscellany of cargo hoodies, mock flack vests, metallic suiting and coats, neon jumpers, and even an outsize tee