The recently concluded second edition of the British men’s fashion showcase London Collections: Men presented a range of avant-garde autumn/winter 2013-14 creations from various international and national designers.
The London-based men’s knitwear brand Sibling, owned by design trio Sid Bryan, Joe Bates and Cozette McCreery, featured an eye catching series of chunky-knit scarves, giant mittens with the label's signature leopard prints and oversized sweaters spiced up with humorous and playful slogans like ‘Please kill me’.
Northern Irish born designer JW Anderson unveiled his unique, quirky collection made of basic rainwear fabrics. The line included ruffle-trimmed shorts, strapless tabard tops and woollen coats in peach and cobalt hues.
Richard James, the famous tailor preferred by UK’s Prime Minister David Cameron, presented a sophisticated collection of wearable two-pieces, elegant lounge suits and sharply-cut overcoats. The range also featured velvet bow ties, beanie hats and chunky knit scarves tempered with cute rabbit and duck motifs.
Other well-known designers who also presented their collections at the event were Tom Ford, Liam Gallagher, Oliver Spencer and Alexander McQueen.