This year was a unique showcase of a variety of looks, worn by celebrities on the red carpet at the 60th Grammy awards. Held at the Madison Square Garden in New York, attendees included the likes of Cardi B, Beyoncé, SZA, Jay Z and many more.
Many talented performers were nominated for awards this year including Ed Sheeran, Kendrick Lamar and much more not to mention Bruno Mars who took home six Grammys!
Everyone who attended was dressed to impress, check out the latest looks below from the red carpet.
Lady Gaga wears an all black long sleeved dress by Armani.
Hailee Steinfeld keeps it classy in a front slit full-length white dress by Alexander Vauthier.
Heidi Klum attends in an elegant but sexy full-length lace dress.
SZA wears a slightly transparent dress with flared sleeves and side slit by Atelier Versace.
Rita Ora also attends in all black in a beautiful off the shoulder dress by Ralph &Russo.
Lana Del Ray is wearing a cream full-length custom dress by Gucci.
Janelle Monae looks sophisticated wearing a black and floral suite two piece by Dolce and Gabbana.
Cardi B who attends in an all-white midi dress by Ashi Studio.
Maren Morris looks glamorous in an embellished Julian Macdonald attire.
Bebe Rexha shows off her fabulous figure in an exquisite La Perla Haute Couture gown embellished with Swarovski crystals on a Georgette and silk base.
Anna Kendrick is seen in Balmain and La Perla fall 18 collection
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.
This season shows a great collaboration with two iconic brands Barbour and Engineered Garments, showcasing a unique collection of only 5 garments at London Fashion Week Men’s.
The Autumn/Winter showcase was personal and low key, which allowed full attention to be on the collection which was showcased in the center of the room. Each Garment was displayed with accessories including headwear and a watch built into the sleeve of a jacket, technical breakdowns of each garment was displayed allowing the guests to see a flat drawing of the garment and where the inspiration was drawn from, this was all presented alongside each jacket on a tablet.
This collection although only 5 pieces, each garment speaks volume in detail with a great amount of style and history. This season's looks are technical, stylish, versatile with historic silhouettes that can easily be adapted to today’s streetwear hype. The five looks which consist of outdoor jackets are all made of waxed Cotton in Black, Navy and Olive, great autumn tones for this winter.
A variety of unique features are seen throughout the collection and on each garment, this includes a creative use of a center back zipper and rear “poachers” pockets. All garments showed a strong reference to Barbour’s well-recognised country style, historic military references, and a refreshing streetwear look.
The exciting features of this collection were not just the technical design but two unique brands merging together to create such inspirational pieces, each drawing from both brands heritage which made these jackets unique and attention-grabbing. Barbour comes from a British background after being founded originally by John Barbour who created outwear jackets for fisherman, mariners, and sailors to escape bad weather conditions whilst at sea and Engineered Garments which was founded by Daiki Suzuki, a Japanese designer based in New York. Known for his refreshing take on American Sportswear and unique technical designs.