London Fashion Week Men’s Day 3

London Fashion Week Men’s Day 3

The final day of London Fashion Week Men’s sees the end of a weekend full of talent and fresh designs to take us into the new decade. Let’s take a look at our highlights from day three.


Feng Chen Wang

Feng Chen Wang kicked off the Monday shows with a collection that showed pieces in a traditionally masculine palette. The muted tones and steely grey gave a futuristic feel that Wang is well known for. Select pieces were softened with a free form pattern with delicate lines and complimenting tones.  This was paired with a collection of jackets, from utility trench coats to tailored jackets with exaggerated shoulders. A designer that embodies modern menswear design.


Lou Dalton

The Lou Dalton presentation was a representation of British fashion at its best. With checked overshirts and tailored trousers Lou Dalton’s approach to British style is yet another success. There is a sense of boyhood to the collection with caps and bucket hats but with the dark colour palette, this acts as a means to give a sense of adulthood to create a collection that embodies a true British feeling.


London Fashion Week Men’s has come to an end and we have seen some great designs that make us excited for AW20. Shop Tessuti for the latest drops of new in styles.

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