London Men's Fashion Week spring/summer 2016: Oliver Spencer
In full bloom
From rich burgundy checks to a visual assault of blooms, the Oliver Spencer show offered an eclectic array of utilitarian pieces
1. Laidback luxe Slouchy silhouettes presented in oversized knitwear, pyjama suits and loosely tailored trousers made for an easy-going and functional wardrobe directed at the care-free urbanite.
2. Checks and balances Spencer's play on summer prints was unapologetically classic — presenting tartan in a rich palette of deep merlot, cobalt blue and military green — but counterbalanced the traditionalism with the shock of yellow floral motifs emblazoned across trousers, DBs and black pyjamas for his closing looks.
3. Favourite look That unstructured oatmeal double-breasted blazer worn by Sang Woo Kim with an elongated blue shirt left untucked over green tracksuit trousers.
4. Cover up Outerwear made a strong showing by way of bomber jackets paired with matching shirts, buttoned-up suede blousons, and truncated linen Macs.
5. Embracing diversity The best part of the show? The cast of models from all ages and ethnicities — proving that mature models and diversity has a place in fashion too.
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