Top 7 Men's AW 17 trend from London fashion week
English designers are never afraid to make a statement and this season is no exception. For A/W17 exaggerated slouchy denim, strong allover graphics, destroyed and distressed details and two-tone dressing were some of the keys on the London runways.
Exaggerated baggy trousers and jeans lead the bottom wear style while tracking jacket, duffel coat patched with recycled fleece gives us the perfect inspiration in jacket department. Color-block print takes the lead along with the dual pattern for bodice colour.
We have extracted the best commercially viable trend for the retailers and eCommerce industry from the London fashion week AW17 show.
Oversized sleeves emerge as the very big trend at London fashion week. The designers JW. Anderson, Agi-Sam and Topman Design brought XL sleeve trend at the show. The trend is already popular at Seoul street spotted during Seoul fashion week. XXL sleeved bomber jacket with basketball like piping spotted at Agie Sam's runway collection.
Dual tone bodice
Two different, fabrics patches or colors for both sides of front and back bodice emerges at the runway, We have been quietly spotting the emergence of the trend in denim pants and jacket now it's inspiring the British designers. We spotted sweaters and quilt bomber jacket resembling the trend.
Athleisure Trend holds its strength.
The athleisure trend is keeping its strength. The trend already evolved and now its part of the lifestyle. The trend's popularity has forced designers to come up with the new style at each season. At men's London fashion week AW17 season brand Topman design's track pant with neon stripes gives us inspiration for the collection.
Crop sweater is new in a category but has the potential to succeed.
Katie Eary brings cropped sweater at the runway with the unique neck cut on round neck style. However Cropped sweaters are not new, but its failed to pick the consumer's interest over time. But as winter is less cold we can expect it to gain popularity. The cropped sweater trend best suited during the April month.
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Wide legged is winning against slim pant
Wide legged/baggy trousers emerge strongly at London fashion week. Almost more than 80% pants were wide legged. As our analysis shows wide legged trouser is mostly popular in the UK and we expect it to continue for the next spring season. The demand drops during December to November month.
Neon is back in business
Neon color is live now again at the runways after the long interval of time, but it's sharp as seen at the London fashion week AW17. The reason it emerges loud being the bright and reminiscence of 90's techno pop. The secret raves party and the bright saturated shades of red and pink disco color inspire the designer's creative mind.
Ruffle tire and scoop neck will attract young consumers.
The designer brings something new for its audience at the show. Plus the almost Beefeater knit ruffle chokers, harked knowingly back to a territory outside previous Sibling forays: chicness. For men, the designer played particular interest at neck detailing where he created ruffles on "V" neck and on the round neck. For V-neck, we can spot the tired ruffle covering all over the front. The neck detailing surely to attract young consumers looking to get something new at the detailing levels.