London Fashion Week was held last weekend, and although it was not as mediatic as others, it has left some very interesting men’s fashion proposals to analyse, such as that of designer Antonio Vattev and his eponymous brand AV VATTEV. Let’s remember that the British capital has always been considered one of the cradles of creativity in terms of fashion and contemporary art.

Vattev’s Spring/Summer collection, called “Sweet Summer Sweat”, is inspired by the 60s and 70s wardrobe of Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger and some of his most iconic looks, such as the white dress or the tartan look. Tailoring is something that has always occupied an important place in Mick’s heart and style, but also in Antonio’s, as the designer takes the sartorial style and reimagines it to unexpected extremes, turning it into something androgynous thanks to collarless suits worn with oversized shirts or lace-up fastenings, but at the same time formal because of the plaid fabrics used.

These plaids have also been used both in the floaty skirts (some of them bright) and in the biker-style trousers or leggings that the British designer proposes in his line, thus bringing a new point of view to men’s fashion and contributing to the conversation that menswear doesn’t have to be boring, quite the opposite. To finish off the looks, the models wore white or black mid-calf boots and black ankle boots that contrasted with the white two-piece ensembles.

Check out the AV VATTEV Spring/Summer 24 collection below: