With Alessandro Michele paying homage to the Brit's style subcultures ("You can be a punk and drink tea", in the words of the great man himself) within the cloisters of Westminster Abbey during Gucci's cruise 2017 show recently, it's no longer a phenomenon that the English have a streak of spunk when it comes to dressing bold. Think: Susie Bubble, i-D senior fashion editor, Julia Sarr-Jamois or London-residing Vetements stylist Lotta Volkova. 

That doesn't mean the streets of London are exclusively filled with the audacious. The gents — and sometimes ladies — are often dressed to the nines in dapper sartorial picks, presenting urban essentials subtly amplified with tasteful twists in the likes of Brioni creative director Justin O'Shea and street style granddaddy Nick Wooster's ensembles. See the best dressed from London Collections: Men, here.

Day 4: Understated peacocking
Go for less plumage and more refined details to show off your personal style just as Hu Bing, Jack Guinness and David Gandy did on the last day of London Collections Men. 
Hu Bing LCM Men's Fashion Week spring/summer 2017
Jack Guinness LCM Men's Fashion Week spring/summer 2017
David Gandy LCM Men's Fashion Week spring/summer 2017
Fore more street style of day 4 London men's fashion week, click the slideshow below:

 

Day 3: Prints charming
Vibrant motifs turn London's grey and wet weather for the better, and Johannes Huebl aces the dapper downtown look in a three-piece suit.

moschino backpack ktz twtc sweater
keith haring alexander wang h&m neoprene sweater
printed blue jacket
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Day 2: All about the layers 
Leaf Greener keeps cool even in the summer, and winning style renditions on fashion's best cover ups — the beaten-up leather moto and classic denim jacket.
Leaf Greener LCM Street Style Day 2
LCM Street Style Day 2 Leather Jacket
LCM Street Style Day 2 Denim
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Day 1: Let the games begin
Jack Guinness experiments with print, why red is always a good idea, and the cult of Vetements continues. 

 

Best of London men's fashion week SS17 — Jack Guinness

Best street style from London Fashion Week (LCM) SS17 - Red pants and dreads

Best street style from London Fashion Week (LCM) SS17 - Vetements yellow raincoat
For more street style from day 1 of London men's fashion week, click the slideshow below:


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The best shows from LCM SS17 Day 1: Topman Design, Oliver Spencer and Craig Green
The best shows from LCM SS17 Day 2: Agi & Sam, E. Tautz, Casely-Hayford and Matthew Miller
The best shows from LCM SS17 Day 3: J.W. Anderson and Christopher Raeburn

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