Best Women's Looks During Men’s London Fashion Week
Who says women can't wear men's wear?
The title is no fake news at all. This is not referring to street style either. During London Fashion Week Men’s, the designers are not only shaping the male fashion hemisphere for Spring/Summer 19, but are also dropping a couple of female looks here and there, mixing it up. Gender revolution? Maybe! It might be for business reasons or just to keep the female audience entertained. Either way, we have detected the best looks for your upcoming Spring/Summer 19 wardrobe. Are you ready for the fashion jelly?
COOL LIKE ICEBERG
Motorsport, yea, Iceberg put that thing in sport. Skrr Skrr. Inspired by the race-aesthetic, Iceberg opened the London Fashion Week SS19 for us with sport luxe at its best. Buckle up for trainers, tracksuits and jumpers.
ROCKSTAR ATTITUDE: JOHN LAWRENCE SULLIVAN
Whoever thought that punk is dead got proven wrong by John Lawrence Sullivan. Contemporary tailoring sewn in with punk elements, like acid-washed denim, flannel shirts and leather jackets. Super cool: we loved the croptops underneath the tailoring for guys.
UNDERGROUND: MATTHEW MILLER x KSWISS REDUX
Mathew Miller took us to a parking lot deep down in China town. Keeping it underground all the way, - location- and fashion-wise – the designer introduced a modern collaboration of recycled streetwear with KSWISS REDUX. Taking KSWISS on board didn’t compromise on the designer’s style and was well integrated in Matthew Miler’s notorious tailoring skills.
RAVES WITH BERTHOLD
When you explore the desert at 12am, but need to be at a rave by 9pm. That’s what Berthold’s SS19 collection mirrored in its wet-look garments, especially the trench coats and parkas. The colour codes reaching from black to beige to pink, hand in hand with smart craftsmanship make the collection appear light. Just what you need for a good rave!
STRAIGHT OUTTA THE STREETS: DRIFTERS LDN
Strong and explorative designs are what Drifters stands for. While constantly starving for change and showing something new with each release, they still manage to keep an authentic London spirit.
EXTRAVAGANZA: CHARLES JEFFREY LOVERBOY
CHARLES JEFFREY LOVERBOY SS 19 ‘EMERGENCE’ Styling @_charlesjeffrey Styling Assistants: Angus Mcevoy, Flora Huddart Set Design @garycard Team: Daniel Taylor, Andy Flett, Boy Loves, Ian Cy, Kirsty Ellerbrok Set Build: Andy Knight Ltd. Assistant Designer @as_yet_nameless Make-up @lucyjbridge and the @maccosmeticsuk pro team Hair @johnvialhair for @revlonprofessionaluk Soundtrack @750_mph A.I. Voice @harrycharlesworth Footwear @rokeratelier Production @blonsteinproductions Casting Madeleine Østlie at @aamo_casting Assistants Laurenca d’Orey, Lily Wright, Hannah Wright, Oscar Miles & Lilly Wood Sculptural Knitwear by Artist, Joshua Beaty Headpieces @leocarltonheadwear Eyewear @gentlemonster Pattern Cutter & Production @naomiingleby Performance Choreographer - @jordandrobson Dancers - Harry Alexander, Jonathan Baker, Jade & Oxana Panchenko Consultant - Theo Adams Words @osman_ahmed_ Studio Assistant @christopher_thomas_goodman PR @sophiejewes at Starworks Group Show Film: @nick_knight and the @showstudio team Leather Breastplates @whitakermalem Choir The Bespoke Choir Poetry @katriceduh Special thanks to: The British Fashion Council and the NEWGEN panel; The Centre for Fashion Enterprise;Alim Latin and the team at Roker; Lisa Jackson at Revlon; M.A.C Cosmetics; The LOVERBOY interns: Hannah Holquist, Hannah Ross, Jeanne Mehta, Rion O’Donovan, and Row Seward; Thurstan Redding; Achilles Papakyriacou; Jenkin van Zyl; Adam Leech; Patrick & Keir at Whitaker Male; Kirsty Mcdougall and Laura Miles at Rare thread; MikeBovil, Mary-Ann D’Cruz, Mack Helaby & Ben Mason at 750mph; Nick Knight, Charlotte Knight & Naomi Martin and the team at SHOWstudio; Joshua Ewusie & Karolina Dabek for the dancers’ costumes; Annete Hall for the amazing catering. Sophie Jewes, Kristy Coleman, Andrew Ceciliato and all of the Starworks team.
Drama. Drama. Drama. That’s what we at Fizzy love about Charles Jeffrey Loverboy’s show. Having a more commercial approach to his fashion looks, Charles still manages to be authentic and true to his fashion handwriting. It might not be everybody’s cup of tea, but at least the tea was served.
FOOTBALL GEAR: WHAT WE WEAR
SPORTY WITH STUDIO ALCH x NIKE
We finished LFWM with attending the collaboration between Studio Alch and Nike. Sneaker heads please read carefully. Between the pops of neon green and pink, which were merged into sports and lifestyle pieces, we spotted an unreleased Nike Air Max Plus.
BONUS for y’all:
These two brands might have not had female fashion as a focus, but they are definitely brands to watch: Jordanluca and Paria Farzaneh. You will want your boyfriend to be dressed in both brands, won’t you?