Following the cancellation of Jacket Required's July edition, moving forwards the menswear portfolio will be curated by Karen Radley, Founder and MD of Scoop. This new edit of menswear collections will mirror the premium line-up of Scoop's women's fashion labels and will be part of the show's exciting September 2021 edition.

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12 June 2019

London Fashion Week Men’s: the trend highlights


London Fashion Week Men’s is well known for its experimental edge and the colourful collections that are seen on the runaway season on season. With LFWM SS20 all wrapped up, it’s time to see what trends we should be looking out for in the seasons ahead. From LFWM favourites to new and emerging designers, take a look at what came out of this season’s show.

Gender fluidity


LFWM is known for its gender-bending catwalks, and with designers like Charles Jeffrey Loverboy showcasing new club-kid inspired collections each season, it’s clear to see why. This season’s runways saw more crossover than ever before on the catwalks, as well as far more female models showcasing unisex collections.


Sharp edges


Blocky, geometric prints and patterns were everywhere this season in sharp contrast to the baggy shapes that were also seen on the Old Truman Brewery catwalk. Combining these sharp shapes with bright colours, there was plenty on the catwalk to bring you right back to the 80s.


Orange is the new black


Following on from the rise of popularity of orange in womenswear, menswear got an orange injection for this season’s LFWM. Bright oranges, alongside pink and red tones set the scene for a tropical, almost feminine palette, as menswear moves away from blues and greys.


 70’s Revival


From New Romantic looks to the return of the power suit, the 70’s made their presence known at this season’s LFWM with a few modern twists.

Discover the latest collections from exciting new brands and household names at Jacket Required SS20. Join as at the home of LFWM, the Old Truman Brewery, for the July edition of Jacket Required on 24th and 25th July.