The best street style from London Fashion Week Men's FW17
The shows at London Fashion Week Men's may have dwindled since the "see now, buy now" agenda and seasonless collections initiated by the likes of Burberry, Tom Ford and Coach. A season of change is in full swing, but that has not put a dampener on the street style contingent making their rounds in London.
Whether smart or casual, one can always expect a strong English heritage influence with a dash of spunk from the British parade. But with last year's Brexit vote, how will the Brits take to the streets this season? Will political agendas be translated sartorially? Scroll down to find out.
DAY 4: CHECK MATE
True to Brit style, tartan was the pattern of choice on the last day of LFWM.
For more street style from day 4 of London Fashion Week Men's, click on the slideshow below:
DAY 3: BACK OFF
These style setters are turning their backs on the street style photographers because they have something to say. And the only way they want to say it is with slogans emblazoned on the back of their outerwear.
For more street style from day 3 of London Fashion Week Men's, click on the slideshow below:
DAY 2: PUNCHY PRIMARIES
There's no sartorial gloom and doom despite London's overcast skies, with the It-Brits coming on strong in vivid primaries. To put a little pep in your step, go bright on a full ensemble — just like these daredevils have.
For more street style from day 2 of London Fashion Week Men's, click on the slideshow below:
DAY 1: UNDER THE DOME
The beanie is the cold weather comrade of choice. Clearly, a good woollen knit hat is an understated yet practical finishing touch to any ensemble — you just need to wear it like you mean it.
For more street style from day 1 of London Fashion Week Men's, click on the slideshow below:
Best shows from LFWM FW17 Day 1: Topman Design and Craig Green
Best shows from LFWM FW17 Day 2: E.Tautz, Matthew Miller and Casely-Hayford
Best shows from LFWM FW17 Day 3: J.W.Anderson and Christopher Raeburn
Best show from LFWM FW17 Day 4: Songzio
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