London Fashion Week Men’s Day 1

London Fashion Week Men’s Day 1

The first day of London Fashion Week Men’s is the start of a three-day spectacle where we get to see the best in men’s British design. As always, the Trewman Brewery acted as a hub for the number of shows over the course of three days and here are some of our highlights from day one.


Eastwood Danso

First on the agenda was Eastwood Danso. The dark and atmospheric set up was accompanied by a matching colour palette to create an uncomplicated collection that was triumphant in its simplicity. The structured pieces were created with the look of natural fabrics to give an effortlessly tailored feel to the atmospheric collection.



For the PRONOUNCE show, pattern and colour were celebrated in equal measure. The main focus of this show had to be the statement jackets as every single one was as brilliant as the last. From full length to short and boxy, the array of jackets in a variety of patterns and colours was a true highlight. Playful patterns were paired with black leather and vibrant reds to give a smart look that stood outside the box of traditional tailoring. Established styling that fits perfectly with the new decade.

Paria Farzaneh

Located in Central Foundation Boys School assembly hall, entering this show felt like stepping back in time. The feeling of nostalgia was mixed with the fond memories of love as the show kicked off with an Iranian bride and groom during their ceremony. With the bride looking on, models walked purposefully down the runway with utility style jackets in intricate patterns. Paired with cargo pants and natural tones, this was a collection that weaved practicality with sharpness of execution. The result is a collection that responds to the growing need for clothing that explores ways it can contribute to the consumer in a multitude of ways. A true success.


These are our highlights from London Fashion Week Men’s day 1. Head to @tessutiuk Instagram to see updates of the weekend’s activities.

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