Following a brief stint in New York, Men’s Fashion Month made its way to London for another packed schedule of Spring/Summer 2020 runway events and forward-thinking presentations. While the four day event welcomed in a range of up and coming designers – a highly anticipated inclusion – it was the likes of Alexander McQueen, Craig Green and A-COLD-WALL* that attracted the masses.
The incoming summer season was fleeting over the last week and though there were momentary arrivals of warmth, as per usual, Londoners and visiting guests were forced to rug up – though it made for head-turning looks. Amongst voluminous puffer coats and ’90s neon, contrastingly, ’70s flair reigned strong. Long-line tailoring, subtle flairs and western-style leather made an appearance, while old-school prints, predominately in monochromatic colour palettes made for the hero look.
As Sydney-siders are plunged into a cool winter, scroll below for the best street style and a slew of inspiration for cool weather dressing.