The twelfth edition of London fashion week menswear Autumn Winter event drew to a close on Monday. The four day long event showcased British heritage brands to emerging international and national labels and vibrant street-wear brands. While we definitely know utilitarian clothes are “in” right now and so are relaxed suits, we took things one step further and predicted the next big need-to-know trends. We have shortlisted eight hot-shot styles you can follow this winter.
Pronounce | Christopher Ræburn | Alex Mullins
This winter, you’ll want to wrap up in the coziest outerwear of all. Puffer coats ruled the runway this season. Designers like Liam Hodges, Tonsure, Alex Mullins reigned the runway with these pieces.
WIDE LEG PANTS
Edward Crutchley | Tourne de Transmission | Qasimi
This season ditch those skinny pants; rather go for wide legged trousers. Paired with a tailored button-down, they’re an easy way to look polished for a 9-to-5.
Band of Outsiders | Edward Crutchley | Alex Mullins
Winter without fur is out of the question. As cliché as it sounds, but are the perfect way to add an element of texture to your winter look.
Xander Zhou | Wood Wood | What We Wear
The colour block trend has been around for awhile. This season runway witnessed pieces from Oliver Spencer, Liam Hodges, Wood Wood, crafted beautifully.
Wood Wood | Liam Hodges | Pronounce
From the relaxed overalls, acid washed to painterly and patchwork styles, the fabric had a major presence on the runway. Denim on denim is a classic look and this season is no exception.
Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY | Bobby Abley | Qasimi
The check fabric, originated in the highlands of Scotland, became the most trendiest pieces in this Autumn Winter collections. Designers could not get enough of this motif this season. From Bobby Abley’s cropped pants to Wood Wood’s patchworks, tartan plaids are taking over for 2018.
Alex Mullins | Edward Crutchley | Qasimi
For a long time, custom fits and skin tight clothes have been in the scene. But the latest trend is to go loose. Big shoulders, extra-long sleeves and baggy fit: the look that took over the runway. Over sized outerwear is a big hit this season.
Qasimi | John Lawrence Sullivan | Tonsure
Well! This is a no-brainer, as trench coats have had been a constant on the Autumn Winter runway. Designers are continuously re-imagining the trench coats, and for this season the classic staple was the key piece in many collections.