After four full days of setting trends in everything from sportswear, to casual wear and tailoring, the London Collections: Men came to a close, but not before leaving the fashion world with plenty to take in and reflect upon. The fall 2015 showings came bearing statement coats and complex knitwear techniques, new takes on classic Americana and a deluge of ’70s vibes, alongside fresh checkers, deep wine hues and bold, playful prints. Below, 10 of the best men’s collections worth checking out right now. Dunhill fall / winter 2015. Using proportion and colour in a way that made the clothes look contemporary despite having their starting point set in ’50s and ’60s Soho, John Ray’s collection for Dunhill would be best described as straightforward, yet decidedly sophisticated. See more: Dunhill fall / winter 2015. Burberry Prorsum fall / winter 2015. Labeled as “Classically Bohemian”, Christopher Bailey’s fall offering for Burberry Prorsum was all about “the contradiction of different worlds”, mixing classic tailoring with fringed scarves, blanket shawls, paisley, flower and vine patterns. See more: Burberry Prorsum fall / winter 2015. Topman Design fall / winter 2015. With a nod to the late ’60s and early ’70s, Gordon Richardson’s collection for Topman mixed iconic references from both decades, before eventually setting them to collide with Bay City tartans and heavy glam-rock influences. See more: Topman Design fall / winter 2015. Coach fall / winter 2015. By presenting a stand-out collection for Coach, Stuart Vevers appears to have decided to seduce the brand’s audience with a luxurious take on classic Americana. As such, expect the next season to embrace shearling, soft calf leather and pops of camo print. See more: Coach fall / winter 2015. Alexander McQueen fall / winter 2015. As expected from the likes of Alexander McQueen, the menswear collection for fall 2015 took on the runway looking every little bit extraordinary. By capturing a somber mood with the string of military-inspired uniforms, Sarah Burton acknowledged a piece of history right before turning into a powerful statement. See more: Alexander McQueen fall / winter 2015. Lou Dalton fall / winter 2015. Exploring the many shades of black for fall 2015, Lou Dalton’s menswear offering hit a high note on the runway where hard and soft, textured and plain, tailored and deconstructed elements weaved a collection as powerful, as it is wearable. See more: Lou Dalton fall / winter 2015. Hardy Amies fall / winter 2015. Hardy Amies’ creative director Mehmet Ali presented a collection focused on finding that perfect balance between the impeccable British tailoring and the subtle mountaineering elements that came to redefine his sturdy-chic offering for fall /winter 2015. See more: Hardy Amies fall / winter 2015. Margaret Howell fall / winter 2015. Margaret Howell’s fall / winter collection made perfect use of the designer’s signature minimal aesthetic, with cleans, simple lines echoing through every single one of the impeccable silhouettes building the ever-so-desirable offering. See more: Margaret Howell fall / winter 2015. Casely-Hayford fall / winter 2015. For a season that’s defined by moody, conservative notes, Casely-Hayford’s collection sure strives to break the spell with an avalanche of vibrant patterns, intricate knitwear techniques and bold splashes of colour. See more: Casely-Hayford fall / winter 2015. E. Tautz fall / winter 2015 A mix of classic tailoring, charcoal tones and monochrome plaids served to build E. Tautz’s autumn collection, in a show that put the spotlight on oversized coats, chunky knits and front-pleated pants. See more: E. Tautz fall / winter 2015.