Those London Boys SS18


This year, the fifth birthday year of London Fashion Week Men’s in the absence of some of the major brands like Alexander McQueen and Burberry, the younger designers had the chase to steal the show ..and they did. Political slogans,  anarchic styling, gender neutral fabrications and outfits alongside ever present  Camo prints and  streetwear.

The top trends shown below stood out in London but also across many of the international show locations, so here is the boys guide of what trends to wear for SS18.

Denim, as ever present but this season certainly mid tones where where it was at.

Xander Zhou
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PS Paul Smith
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John Lawrence Sullivan
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Gosha Rubchinskiy
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Block Colour were back on both women’s and mens catwalks, either full outfits or plain blocks worn as contrast colours
Alex Mullins
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Christopher Raeburn
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Cottweiler
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Stripes seen from casual wear to suiting
E Tautz
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Gosha Rubchinskiy
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Phoebe English
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Topman
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Layered Louche; whether layers or very relaxed soft draping fabrics all the way through to dresses
Xander Zhou
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Tourne de Transmission
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Topman
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Craig Green
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Alex Mullins
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Tucked and belted is seen as a new trend, its time to tidy up gents!
Xander Zhou
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Xander Zhou
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Tourne de Transmission 
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Denim, as ever present but this season certainly mid tones where where it was at.

Craig Green
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E Tautz
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Lou Dalton
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Liam Hodges
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Berthold
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Les hommes
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Oliver Sweeney
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Liam Hodges
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Lou Dalton
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Ports 1961
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Tourne de Transmission
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Qasimi
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Matthew Miller
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MAISON MIHARA YASHUHIRO 
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Alex Mullins
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Body Bound
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Martine Rose
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Chalayan
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Ports 1961
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Topman
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