Belstaff debuts the second collection by creative director, Sean Lehnhardt-Moore. This season displays explore looks inspired by travel and off beaten track adventures.
The Spring Summer collection named Travelogue originally drew inspiration from archive pieces lead by Sean's creative imagination. The functional and contemporary collection was displayed at the Hoxton Docks with an exposed balcony onto the Regents canal giving the presentation a nature-infused atmosphere.
The presentation had a relaxed atmosphere with many celebrities in attendance from TV and radio personality Dermot O'Leary, model David Gandy, and ballet dancer Eric Underwood.
This season look displayed strong military references merging camo prints, waxed leathers, and ecru denim. The modern take on adventurous trips and natural surroundings has been translated into contemporary designs alongside an earthy colour palette of tan brown, olive greens, beige, and mango orange.
The use of contrasting fabrics and Tailored silhouettes were merged with two-toned fabrics and utility pockets giving a rugged look. Full-length jackets, pique sweatshirts and patchwork detailing were among the few designs displayed at the presentation, overall reinforcing the traditional and distinctively recognisable Belstaff look.
The Italian fashion brand, ICEBERG brought us a vibrant and memorable collection inspired by 1980s pop culture and a fresh interpretation of a positive rebellious movement for SS20.
Held during London Fashion Week Men's at The Truman Brewery with a number of celebrity guests in attendance. Uk rappers Chip, Lethal Bizzle, Donae'o, Ms. Banks and DJ Siobhan Bell were all spotted front row.
Models walked down a jet black runway wearing relaxed sportswear, Tailored suites, Double denim, colour blocking silhouettes and eye-catching graphics by Peter Blake. Accessorised with Linda Farrow shades and chunky sneakers.
James Long, creative director demonstrated a youthful vibe which was carried throughout the collection mixed with a hyper colour pallet. Making The latest looks by ICEBERG diverse and easily wearable, ideal for the confident fashion focused youth of today.
Pack your binoculars because Maharishi want to take us on safari for Spring/Summer 2017.
Following from American and Chinese military presence on the continent, the London-born label takes on a new palette inspired by its colonisation. This is a collection that is as much about politics that inspired the clothes as it is about the clothes themselves, and highlights the importance of Mother Nature’s resources.
The eco-friendly range uses a natural palette extracted from the mines of Africa, with Coltan taking centre stage. The use of the mineral, used to manufacture smartphones and laptops – highlights the armed conflict caused by Africa’s natural resources and the global trade interest they bring with them.
The primitive graphics and simplistic shapes portray a sense of naivety, while the overlocked staple stitch that finishes most pieces is inspired by Ivorian artists. These subtle details continue with symbolic references to the American Tour of Vietnam in the late 60s style of African map embroidery.
This season, the Tigerstripe Mural camouflage and other patterns have been hand painted onto reclaimed military uniforms. The printing takes place in East London as part of Maharishi’s upcycling programme.
The silhouettes are inspired by traditional African clothing, including the hoodless wide-collared robe known as the Djellabiya in the Horn of Africa.