Hello again. What an exciting first day of London Collections: Man Autumn Winter 2015/2016. I was loving all the outer wear shown on the first day.
Coach, which was their first ever menswear collection, and what a better place to debut than in London. I was a bit apprehensive when I first heard that Coach was venturing into ready to wear for their men’s department. Stuart Vevers, the creative director, showed an amazing collection that wasn’t fantasy but realistic. Sheep seemed to be dominate from coat to footwear. This collection worked on so many levels.
The one thing I look forward to at LCM is the MAN runway show. MAN, which helps fund and nurture up and coming designers, their roster is always changing. This time we had Rory Parnell Mooney sending down the runway his version of a punk-monk minimalist.
Christopher Kane is another favorite that keeps me inticed to see what he comes up with for following season. Known for his graphics and 3-D patterns, he surely didn’t disappoint with A/W15. Mostly all in black and pops of green. The green shirling looking cube coat was a stand out. As well as that leather bomber, looked nicely constructed and detailed.