Top 10 London Fashion Week Men's SS 2017/18 Trends
London fashion week men's SS 2017-18 runway collection started on Friday at 11:00 am in London. Founded by Graeme Gaughan in late 2012, TDT's progression has taken further steps into researching the clash between east and western clothing cultures was the first one to showcase the collection followed by the Barber International presentation.
At the runway the influence of agender styles was very prominent, there were lots of unisex styles. Designers tried to fill the gap of Gender-based style distinction by bringing up the loose silhouettes, use of sheer fabrics as well mixing the women's aesthetics into men's clothes.
We at F-trend brings the most Important fashion trends from the Sprig summer 2018 runway at London. These trends are the most viable for the retailers and also may inspire your personal styling.
London fashion week SS 18 Trending colors- men
We have been keeping our eyes how the Orange and Red are emerging the hottest trending color in 2017 at runways as well at the streets of the world's most fashionable cities like Milan, London, and Paris. The trend is the outcome of the most influential millennial's lifestyle changes. The youth aged from 16-28 are now more outspoken as well as greatly involved in physical activities influencing designers to bring bright colors.
These colors connect the passion of millennials looking for the new adventure.
The Liam Hodges, Off Whites, TopMan, and Tour De Transmissions collection brings the passion on the runway through the use of Orange colors.
The Millennial pink also emerge the color for the men Gosha Rubchinskiy
The Millennial pink also emerge as the color for the men Gosha Rubchinskiy
The trouser silhouettes were inspired by the unisex styling. Thus the trousers were fluid, voluminous and paper bag styles.
Text, scribble, and graffiti prints
Text, scribble, and graffiti prints emerge as the key menswear print at the runway. Vivienne Westwood, Brooks brother bring them on runway.
Sport inspired shirts and tops
Berthold, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Liam Hodges and Chalayan's SS18 men's t-shirt and tops collection were sports inspired. Bringing the loose silhouettes and soft fabrics as the key styling for the runaway