6 Jan

The Menswear Trends of Fall 2019 from London Men’s Fashion Week

Even though London isn’t our most favorite city during fashion week, we can’t just leave it behind. Compared to the other big fashion cities, London is the city with the most grunge and balls. Thinking outside of the ordinary seems to be a well-respected code. We went through all the collections and analyzed what the menswear trends are for coming Fall 2019 from London Men’s Fashion Week. Here’s a recap of what’s going to be hot next fall season!




This first trend we’re about to discuss has finally reached mainstream status. Last year Calvin Klein sent models on the runway wearing the already iconic firefighter’s coat from their 205W39NYC-line. Which catapulted the trend to new heights. In London brands like Qasimi and Christopher Raeburn explored this trend for their Fall 2019 Menswear collections and finished it by using different materials.


The Menswear Trends of Fall 2019 from London Men's Fashion Week

Oversized scarf

For the world, that trend started with Lenny Kravitz and his over the top oversized scarf moment. While for us labels like Acne Studios inspire us to dig deeper into this tendance du moment.

The Menswear Trends of Fall 2019 from London Men's Fashion Week

Lou Dalton. A-Cold-Wall.

The three-in-one bag

This three-in-one concept with bags seems actually pretty handy, especially when you can break down the bag in three parts. After getting used to Maison Margiela’s set of three pouches we’re glad to see that London designer Liam Hodges is exploring that field too.

London Men's Fashion Week: Liam Hodges Fall 2019

Liam Hodges Fall 2019

Standout color combinations

Even though London isn’t our favorite city during fashion month, they always manage to impress us in some kind of way. What caught our eye were the standout color combinations. Qasimi, for instance, made it a thing to mix a typical winter color like Burgundy red with frozen yellow. Which made the silhouette much more interesting. A-Cold-Wall, on the other hand, picked out rather monochrome hues to play with.


The Menswear Trends of Fall 2019 from London Men's Fashion Week
The Menswear Trends of Fall 2019 from London Men's Fashion Week

A-Cold-Wall. Qasimi.

Activewear, but make it fashion!

We love that brands have taken interest in activewear and we think that a lot of beautiful sports-inspired men’s collections have been made, but we’re kind of over it. However, brands like C2H4 and Qasimi designed a few very wearable silhouettes this season. Sportswear is great but please make it fashion, that’s the message here.


The Menswear Trends of Fall 2019 from London Men's Fashion Week

Beastly prints

Not a huge fan of animal prints but when it’s processed on a major style staple, well then it gets impossibly difficult to ignore. This season, John Lawrence Sullivan’s beastly prints captured our attention. Because he made the print so wearable and styled it in a very refreshing way. We loved how Roberto Cavalli incorporated the leopard print in his Pre-Fall 2019 collection, however, John Lawrence Sullivan’s approach is interesting as well.


John Lawrence Sullivan Fall 2019 Men's

John Lawrence Sullivan

Trench coats 2.0

A good warm trench coat for fall season is a must. It gets even better when it’s reworked. On the Chalayan runway in London, we spotted reworked trench coats that we need in our wardrobes by fall 2019. Everything looks right about them, the fit, the fabric and color. Hopefully, they’ll add more colors than gray and blue and offer us something more flashy.

Chalayan Fall 2019 Men's


Colorful knitwear

One of the latest menswear trends we spotted on the London runways was knitwear. Astrid Andersen, Daniel W. Fletcher and Fashion East designed precisely what we need during the colder days. Plus, instead of showing boring, ugly sweaters they added color to their knitwear. Which makes it so much more interesting to style with other pieces from your wardrobes.


The Menswear Trends of Fall 2019 from London Men's Fashion Week

Photo credits: Vogue Runway, NOWFASHION

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