Cool designers of mens clothing in London that you need to know about this season

If you are looking for fashion inspiration, London is always the place to find cutting-edge contemporary designers. This season is no different as we delve through the talent to identify top menswear designers.

 

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Charles Jeffery Loverboy

Out steps an incredibly cheerful shock of romantic fantasy that is set in a reality that is daily becoming less familiar. Charles Jeffery has chosen to take elements from classic fashion history and make it his own in a mishmash of colours and textures. In garments that are not gender-specific, he revisits the sexual freedom of the LGBTQ collective consciousness. Asymmetry, chainmail and Dioresque pannier skirts are only some of the creative bursts from the collection.

Christopher Shannon

For mens designer clothes, Christopher Shannon is one of the top designers in London and arguably the world. He has the ability to elevate the mundane to the extraordinary. For Spring 2017, he gave us the ultimate denim revamp by finding creative uses for the material. His appeal lies in his ability to give us streetwear lingo on an elevated level.

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Per Götesson

Swedish-born Per Götesson took from his neo-Scandinavian roots and built them up with inspiration that he found all over London. His wearability appeals to many followers. Ultimately, cutting-edge is always the trend to seek out, but for wearability, men look to sites such as http://www.ejmenswear.com for purchases.

Phoebe English Man

This collection takes on an asymmetrical utilitarian feel. Muted neutrals are used, but interest and texture are created in the masculine design details such as ties, buckles, straps and flaps.

Liam Hodges

Hodges can take the normal and beautify it. He designs for real people and does not aim at the luxury market. With strong visual prints on oversized T-shirts, large shapes and durable, detailed, worker-style clothing, he is bound to make an impression. Like other designers, he takes inspiration from guerrilla militia and street music in the shape of hip hop and funk to lend a real feel to his collection.

Alex Mullins

Mullins’ appeal comes in the shape of print and flow. Exquisite prints are placed on flowing fabrics that instantly exude the luxury of comfort. Even seemingly hard fabrics like denim are given an airy feel and fluidity that you might not expect.