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Vivienne Westwood Fall/Winter 2018

Vivienne Westwood unveiled her Fall/Winter 2018 collection during London Fashion Week Men’s.

9 JanFall/Winter. London

Craig Green Fall/Winter 2018

Craig Green unveiled his Fall/Winter 2018 collection during London Fashion Week Men’s.

9 JanFall/Winter. London

Christopher Raeburn Fall/Winter 2018

Christopher Raeburn showed its Fall/Winter 2018 collection during London Fashion Week Men’s.

Paria Farzaneh Fall/Winter 2018

Iranian born, Paria Farzaneh holds her cultural roots at the core of her brand DNA.

9 JanFall/Winter. London

Blood Brother FW18 Backstage!

Called “It Could Be You,” this season’s line-up followed the mindset of the newly rich and of those all-too-quickly fallen from grace – an overall sobering exploration into these two hypothetical lifestyles and wardrobes.

Wood Wood Fall/Winter 2018

This season, the designers behind the brand, Karl-Oskar Olsen and Brian Jensen, wanted to travel back to their childhood and explore the mindset of youth at that time and to experience what it felt like to be in the process of growing up.

9 JanFall/Winter. London

Tourne de Transmission Fall/Winter 2018

Motivated by Lee Gordon’s black-and-white photos of Carnival in Jacmel, Haiti, during the Nineties, Tourne de Transmission’s FW18 collection offers a return to form and foreign culture for creative director Graeme Gaughan.

9 JanFall/Winter. London

JORDANLUCA Fall/Winter 2018

Merging Italian heritage with the raw intensity of London, JORDANLUCA clash cultures, blurring the sartorial lines between work and pleasure.

8 JanFall/Winter. London

Alex Mullins FW18 Backstage!

Alex Mullins’ latest collection seeks to explore the relationship between the right and left functions of your brain; logical, systematic, mechanical, smart clothing balances with imaginative, chaotic and spontaneous.

CASELY-HAYFORD Fall/Winter 2018

Sportswear takes on a new structure on Casely-Hayford‘s new Fall/Winter 2018 collection. It’s about a new kind of functional glamour.

MICHIKO KOSHINO Fall/Winter 2018

After finding a photograph dating back to the 1800’s of a Japanese horse-drawn delivery cart, Michiko sourced inspiration from the humble courier, creating a workforce uniform of her own.

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Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Fall/Winter 2018

Throughout his latest collection, appropriately called “Tantrum,”Charles Jeffrey Loverboy explored the maddening sensation of residual pent-up rage and the compulsion to scream.

Qasimi FW18 Backstage!

The way in which Qasimi represents unity, through the use of diverse models and each collection’s focus, is what sets this brand apart from the rest.

Xander Zhou FW18 Backstage!

When it comes to sticking to a concept that some might find bold and eccentric, Xander Zhou certainly didn’t hold back this season – kudos for that.

What We Wear Fall/Winter 2018

Returning for its third season, What We Wear focuses on “collection visual-data formed by the everyday man, dressed for the intention of the duties they hold to society”.

Astrid Andersen FW18 Backstage!

Cowboys hats, bright coloured coats, wide-legged trousers and checks are all essential parts of Astrid Anderson‘s collection.

Cottweiler FW18 Backstage!

Winding through the dimly lit halls of the Natural History Museum, after hours, COTTWEILER’s latest batch of models donned a miner’s hoard of upgraded technical equipment, each appearing in one shade of phosphorescent hue after the other.

Qasimi Fall/Winter 2018

Khalid Qasimi‘s collections are always an exciting part of LFWM. Its political references are especially relevant in this current climate, and this show did not disappoint.

Edward Crutchley FW18 Backstage

Returning for his second collection, Edward Crutchley focuses firmly on silhouette and print.

John Lawrence Sullivan FW18 Backstage!

Inspired by psychopaths and the psycho killer, John Lawrence Sullivan’s FW18 collection emulates this “wired character” through and through.

Liam Hodges FW18 Backstage!

Take a look at Liam Hodges FW18 Backstage photographed by Elliott Morgan during London Fashion Week Men’s, in exclusive for Fucking Young!

Ben Sherman x House of Holland Fall/Winter 2018

This season saw Ben Sherman collaborate with House of Holland, a quirky, bright and much-needed addition to a classic silhouette.

7 JanFall/Winter. London

Alexandra Moura Spring/Summer 2018

Titled “Within The Time Within”, the collection was inspired by the deteriorated interiors of eighteenth-century Portuguese palaces, manor houses and garments from the same period.

LUNYEE Spring/Summer 2018

The Spring/Summer 2018 collection from LUNYEE is inspired by nature and a desire to tap into the wider side of our surroundings.

Burberry September 2017 Collection

Christopher Bailey unveiled his “See Now, Buy Now” collection for Burberry during London Fashion Week.

18 SepCollection. London

Versus Versace Spring/Summer 2018

This collection is a celebration of the essence of Versus in 90’s New York. Printed shirts, swimwear, flared pants and mesh vests become the essentials for today’s young men.

Nicopanda Spring/Summer 2018

Nicopanda launches onto the London Fashion Week schedule under the Creative Direction of Nicola Formichetti for the brand’s debut runway show for Spring/Summer 2018

D.Gnak SS18 Backstage!

Take a look at D.Gnak SS18 Backstage captured by the lens of Elliott Morgan during London Fashion Week Men’s, in exclusive for Fucking Young!

14 JunBackstage. London

A Cold Wall* Spring/Summer 2018

True to form, A-COLD-WALL* touches on more relevant, political subject matters surrounding classism, city living and opportunity this SS18 season.

Alex Mullins SS18 Backstage!

Take a look at Alex Mullins SS18 Backstage captured by the lens of Elliott Morgan during London Fashion Week Men’s, in exclusive for Fucking Young!

13 JunBackstage. London
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