Richard Nicoll’s fall / winter 2013 menswear collection exuded a familiar vibe, brought back from the 1980s, an inspiring era defined by the “no-wave, reduction and industrial essential” notions that the designer used in order to infuse his fall 2013 line-up with a fresh take on the urban uniforms. True to Nicoll’s already famous signature aesthetic, the collection emphasized the one note that he mastered completely, missing out on a more adventurous character and that novelty factor that became so representative of our times.
However, there were a few significant steps taken towards a more modern direction, fully noticed in the unfaded paint-splatter pattern representing a new version of the camo print, or the bold and surprising orange inserts, an emerging trend that reassured the daring spirit of the line-up, barely found somewhere towards the end of the presentation.
You can see all of the Richard Nicoll men’s autumn (fall) / winter 2013 runway collection at London fashion week (LFW) by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the fashion show.
Photography by Imaxtree