14 Jun

What We Remember from London Men’s Fashion Week Spring 2020

It seems like London Fashion Week came to an end in just a blink of an eye. Nonetheless, how interesting was the menswear and what did we remember from their Spring/Summer 2020 collections? Find out in our short runway review of London Men’s Week Spring 2020 collections that stood out.

A-Cold-Wall showed our future bags

It’s because we’ve been keeping a close eye on this British brand that we noticed the standout bags on their Spring 2020 runway. After we spotted the white Margiela-esque bag, we were fully focused. The only thing that was missing was a big virtual “see now, buy now” button.

A-Cold-Wall Spring/Summer 2020

Martine Rose’s Spring 2020 collection was: A Mess

Whatever this Spring collection was, it was a déjà-vu and a mess. Just when we thought that fashion was finally healing from the “luxurious streetwear, but not so luxurious” kind of brands that are basically making their name a unique selling proposition and creating designs that have been done before.

So, what we remember from this collection is that as long as your image is okay, people will buy your brand regardless. However, it’s a matter of time and the clock is ticking.

Martine Rose Spring/Summer 2020 Menswear Collection

Ice Berg wasn’t groundbreaking

Not all the silhouettes caught our attention because they looked similar and other looks could have used better styling, to be honest.

The highlight of Ice Berg’s Spring 2020 menswear collection was this shiny navy blue silhouette, with a logo shirt with short sleeves. Plus, influencer Gully Guy Leo rocking a heavy-printed suit on the runway.

Iceberg Spring/Summer 2020 Menswear Collection

Feng Chen Wang’s see-through pieces: we’re there for it!

Some hypes go, however, other trends keep coming back season after season. We recently made a list of on one of our favorite runway trends: see-through items.

Feng Chen Wang’s runway had a lot of see-through pieces to offer and we’re there for it. In contrary to other London-based labels, Feng Chen Wang’s Spring 2020 collection presents various ways of wearing the fabric. Whether it’s a suit or a shirt, it can be integrated into your daily wardrobe. As long as you don’t mind showing a nipple or two.

ENG CHEN WANG Spring/Summer 2020 Menswear Collection


As every single Chalayan model walked down the runway to show their SS2020 menswear collection, we concentrated on the pieces separately to see the true beauty of Hussein Chalayan’s new designs. We’re not a fan of the entire collection, but we are keeping an eye on their tops and well-tailored suits. We’d like to try it on, once they hit the stores.

CHALAYAN Spring/Summer 2020 Menswear Collection

Alexander McQueen served red carpet sartorialism

The amazing tailoring that the house is known for left us in awe. Sarah Burton’s menswear collection had stunning silhouettes. We’d even say that a few looks belong on the MET red carpet. We can’t wait to see which celebrity will wear the Alexander McQueen Spring 2020 menswear collection.

Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2020 Menswear Collection

Photo credits: Vogue Runway

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