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Lfw Men's fall 2018

London Men's fashion week fall 2018 what to look forward?

London Men's fashion week Fall 2018 season is set to launch on tomorrow 8th January 2018. The four-day extravaganza will bring the top designers to show their most innovative collection for the season. But not to forget the Brexit impact and few designers this season are quitting too

Over the past few weeks two of London’s biggest names revealed they were quitting the men’s runway and opting for alternative formats: J.W. Anderson plans to fold its London men’s show into the February women’s outing, while Vivienne Westwood is acting on her environmental concerns with plans to e-mail editors a digital presentation of her fall 2018 coed collection. The designer had been set to show on the last day of London Fashion Week Men’s, which runs from Jan. 6 to 8.

Latest London talent Martine Rose will also be stepping off the catwalk and creating a lookbook and film for fall, while former London calendar stalwarts including E. Tautz, Casely-Hayford, Katie Eary, Christopher Shannon, Gieves & Hawkes and Matthew Miller have opted to focus on private appointments or events and showroom sales.

Here are the few New Talents to take part this season

MIHARA YASUHIRO- New to the London men's fashion week,  Designer Showrooms this season, aim to blend Japanese youth culture with global influences by fusing street and sports products with contemporary fashion.

Jordan Luca: Merging Italian heritage with the raw intensity of London, JORDANLUCA will be returning to the #LFWM Designer Showrooms 6th-8th January.

 

Mihara

Mihara

Jordan Luca

Jordan Luca