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Who Not To Miss At London Fashion Week Mens 2018


With London Fashion Week Mens taking place from 6th-8th January, here at Task PR we’re beginning to get excited to see the menswear talent emerging this season. From the launch of many collaborations such as Alasdair McLellan with JW Anderson, to classic favourites like Oliver Spencer, it’s certain to be a display of the creative talent here in the capital city.
We’ve put together our top picks below- who are you most looking forward to seeing?

Blood Brother X River Island
06 Jan 20:30
River Island Design Forum’s latest collaboration with British streetwear brand Blood Brother, is high on our list! With a launch party that will undoubtedly be a highlight of the weekends event, the collection is available to buy now, here.
From bright warming hoodies to slogan tees, we’re looking forward to seeing how many of these pieces are picked up by the street style bloggers outside!

Liam Hodges
06 Jan 18:00
British born and London based Liam Hodges more than deserves a place on our must-see list. With a penchant for rebellious explorative design and a notable interest in male subcultures, his creativity has been noted by many icons, including F K Twigs and Drake.

Alex Mullins
07 Jan 16:00
Alex Mullins, designing from his East London studio, and street casting models, has been a highlight of London Fashion Week Mens since graduating in 2013. Previous collections have seen large floral motifs and an inventive use of soft material bursting with colour. We can’t wait to see what concept he has explored this season!

Bethany Williams
06 Jan 16:30 – 17:30
Known for her artistic approach toward social and cultural problems, Bethany Williams is an upcoming designer focused on solving environmental issues. This sustainable designer has a innovative approach, and we can’t wait to see what she presents this weekend.

Edward Crutchley
06 Jan 13:00
Last season Edward Crutchley showcased a collection of luxurious fabric and intricate patterns for SS18, worn with socks by Item M6. With the previous collection shining through in terms of originality and energetic silhouettes, it’s impossible not to be eagerly looking forward to the next collection!

The line up this year is filled with talent from across spectrum of menswear, both casual and ready to wear to the haute couture. Check out the full schedule here. 

Edward Crutchley London Fashion Week Men Fall Winter 2018-19 London January 2018