With much scrutiny following the news that Versace had been bought by Micheal Kors. Versace came to prove everyone that doubted the luxurious brand that nothing has changed and lack nowhere in the level of high fashion. Revealing their Autumn/ Winter 2019 collection with some black, white and red pieces with many bondage-inspired leather straps, it soon after got brighter with a range of hot pink jumpers and jackets, printed badge pins on trousers with striped shirts.
Being as it was Men's Fashion Week Versace like many other brands included some female looks also, gracing the catwalk with her beautiful presence and powerful walk Bella Hadid wore a bondage-inspired look with topstitched and crystal-embellished straps paired with a matching puffer coat.
Continuing with more stunning pieces to hit the catwalk such as silk boxing shorts with the embroidered logo and bold shades. Versace produced a collection that aims to create a conversation about what menswear is today by empowering people to explore and express the various aspects of their character through style choices.
Donatella in her words said, “What I wanted to show in this collection are the different faces of a man, who has gained the courage that he didn’t have before. If I had to find a word that defines today’s men, it would be daring.”
Reflecting on the modern concept of men and challenging notions and stereotypes Versace continues to push the boundaries that everyone is always so delighted to see.
A highly anticipated Autumn/Winter collection was shown by Oliver Spencer this season at London Fashion Week Men’s, with a great turn out at the BFC Show space on the strand.
Oliver who is a self-taught tailor originally started out with his first store on Lambs Conduit Street, now internationally known and stocked in stores from Mr Porter, Harvey Nichols, and Le Bron Marche.
Founded in 2002 Oliver Spencer is known for his unique take on a modern relaxed style mixed with premium quality.
His latest show at London Fashion Week Men’s demonstrated an exciting take on the urban life in London. The collection titled “Love Is The Drug” drew inspiration from the city, culture, and the vibrant energy often found throughout the city, A Winter colour pallet and autumn tones reflected the river themes and local landscape.
This season looks flowed perfectly with deep chocolate and mustard suites in a luxurious velvet. A variety of masculine and boxy silhouettes followed with a great use of deep autumn tones, creating a sophisticated modern look mixed with a streetwear vibe. Oliver Spencer used a mixture of eye-catching textures and prints including this seasons trend plaid, stripes, and velvet. Creating a true reflection of the urban and vibrant atmosphere of London, with looks that are easily wearable and layered, perfect for today’s modern fashionable man.