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.LCM Monday highlights

Cent Magazine’s LCM Highlights from Monday 11th January.

SEAN SUEN presented GQ CHINA

Sean Suen’s collection was installed with a punk fantasy, ranging from sprayed on tattoos and facial piercings to exposed zips and metallic leathers.

Sean Suen

Xander Zhou

Xander Zhou brought diversity, freedom and structure to LC:M. This courageous collection saw metallic 70s inspired boots, rainbow trimmed co-ords and an array of reworks of the traditional trench coat.

Xander Zhou

Katie Eary

It was clear to see that Katie Eary’s collection was highly influenced by the androgynous icon David Bowie by merging classic masculine styles of candy stripes and polka dots into feminized silks and florals. Rock n roll rudiments seeped through, particularly shown through the daring metallic lace up trousers.

Katie Eary

Burberry

Burberry seemed to lead the forthcoming trend based around the idea of fashionable informality. There was a real emphasis on stripes, tartan and military styled designs whilst still remaining true to Burberry by featuring the signature trend in autumnal tones.

Burberry

Bobby Abley

Bobby Abley took sportswear to another level, having gathered a strong inspiration from Brazil, which was shown through vibrant colours, graphic landscape prints and playful lazer-cut designs.

Bobby Adley

John Smedley

John Smedley exhibited a relaxed, long silhouette focusing on the dominant theme of abstract expressionism, shown on a display where garments were being painted in the style of a canvas. The collection featured a combination of muted colours such as greys, stones and soft reds, whilst layering soft artistic strokes onto knits.

John Smedley

Paul Smith

Paul Smith’s presentation was shown to have originated from where it all started back in 1970 when Smith opened up his first shop, measuring just 3m x 3m. The AW16 collection exposed bold and sophisticated knits featuring sporty detailing on both the collars and sleeves alongside bright bombers hanging in a recreated version of his original shop.

Paul Smith

Christopher Kane

Christopher Kane fully embraced the world in which we live in, as his inspiration was to seen to have largely stemmed from city streets and car culture. His collection revealed wearable, stylish garments featuring reflective fabrics, comfortable jersey tracksuit bottoms and high-vis neon details.

Christopher Kane

Thom Sweeney

Thom Sweeney brought fine tailoring to LC:M by utilizing both the traditional British flair and Italian sophistication. A collection filled with cashmere, tweed, double-breasted jackets and polished brogues, all in complimentary earthy tones.

Thomas Sweeney

Louis Leeman

This presentation from Louis Leeman was all about the setting, which was guided from the world of Alpine Gentleman’s Clubs. A scenic landscape was built filled with snow, radiating sheer elegance amongst the showcase of pearl embellished slippers, vintage mountain boots and soft silks.

Louis Leeman

Tourne de Transmission

This season’s collection from Liam Hodges was inspired by the British petrolhead culture. Many of the garments featured elements seen on your average mechanic, loose fitting trousers, oversized jackets teamed with a manly holdall. The additional twist of graphic prints illustrated personalised licence plated, splattered oil designs to depict this unique take on the standard uniform.

Tourne de Transmission

Liam Hodges

This season’s collection from Liam Hodges was inspired by the British petrolhead culture. Many of the garments featured elements seen on your average mechanic, loose fitting trousers, oversized jackets teamed with a manly holdall. The additional twist of graphic prints illustrated personalised licence plated, splattered oil designs to depict this unique take on the standard uniform.

Liam Hodges

LATHBRIDGE by Patrick Cox

The Patrick Cox presentation was surrounded my vintage speakers and musical equipment cases. The collection itself featured fur-coated trainers, metallic loafers and crocodile embossed detailing.

Patrick Cox

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