fashion week

London fashion week.


Twice a year, the banks of the Thames bustle with fashion industry crowds as they mill to and from London’s Somerset House - now the central hub for London fashion week (LFW). Promoting Great Britain’s fashion talent to the world, London Fashion Week brings a massive program of runway shows, presentations and parties to the city, with spring / summer collections shown in September, and autumn / winter collections shown in February. Below you'll find coverage of London fashion week 2014 and past years such as LFW 2013 and LFW 2012.

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London fashion week coverage 2014

The bared ankle & the skinny suit: in London

Men’s suit styles haven’t altered course by any great degree over the past few years, sticking largely to classic and slim cuts where the mainstream is concerned. For the less conventional there’s the roomier option of pleated pants or the daring option of super-skinny. The latter, of course, comes down largely to having the physique to pull it off.

Street style roundup from London men’s

From David Gandy to Jourdan Dunn and Chermarn Boonyasak, our latest street style roundup for Witchery’s ‘W’ Edit treats you to some highlights from the most recent edition of London Collections: Men. Being men’s week, the gents on the street were looking particularly dapper – making for perfect inspiration on both your formal and informal dressing.

The dandy femme: in London

Pulling off a female dandy look comes down to more than just a pair of pants: it’s about choosing the right accessories. This look, photographed in London during the London Collections: Men, was accessorised perfectly by a feathered fedora, sunglasses, and attitude.

Felix & Luca: after Hackett

On the Hackett spring 2015 runway, models were all sharp suits and neat hair; but it didn’t take long for these two to go back to looking (and acting) their age. The Frenchman (Felix Gesnouin) and the German (Luca Stascheit) were in good spirits on the street after the show.

Burberry’s literary nomads: spring 2015 men’s

Whenever you fall into the trap of believing something must be wholly new to be brilliant, you need only glance in Christopher Bailey’s direction to be swayed otherwise. In a world where reshaping existing ideas can be the most successful kind of brilliance, Bailey is surely King. Last season’s cartography paved a way to calligraphy. You could almost see the forebearer of the book cover…

Jack Guinness & the slim-cut suit: in London

Not many men have made a career out of their personal style, but Jack Guinness – he of the exceptionally well-maintained, deliberately dishevelled beard and tousled hair – has become more social fixture than model. A penchant for slim-cut suits that compliment his frame, and for careful dapper-but-not-too-dandy accessorising are clearly part of the reason why.

Easy toughness: Jourdan Dunn at Burberry

When a well-known female model like Jourdan Dunn decides to attend the men’s component of London fashion week, their presence in the front row instead of on the runway makes them a highlight. Dunn kept things simple but striking in super-skinny jeans, a grey tee and biker jacket.

Burberry show: watch the live stream

Fashion shows and exclusivity may have been closely tied together in the past, but Burberry Prorsum know that the world has changed. The opportunity to buy pieces from the collection is often months away, but each of us wants to be able to see the latest collections as soon as they hit the runway. Keeping up with the changing world and the move to online,…