Grungy squats and head scarves made a high impact on the first ever men’s fashion week held at London. About 30 models walked the ramp at the ICA in London, sporting glitter fringes.
Many costumes were part of the spring or summer 2013; Savile Row, the shopping street in London, much famous for men’s bespoke tailoring, is to get lot of collections this year. The famous tailoring star, Richard James brought fashion show to a triumph in London, with a catwalk show attended by David Furnish, Elton John, and Tinie Tempah.
The three-day event, showcased for Britain’s best designers of menswear had 60 presentations at venues across Britain and in the last year; the collections weren’t great and it was considered as poorly attended final day of Men’s British Fashion Week.
But this year, the event was even more successful than expected and Dylan Jones, editor in chief of GQ magazine was overwhelmed by the enthusiasm from both buyers and press.
Jonathan Saunders displayed his latest design, while Richard Nicoll, unveiled silk T shirt dress, which will be soon offered in men’s clothing market. James, unveiled paisley print board-shorts, linen suits, and velvet blazers in punchy shades.