Designers and press both are saying that menswear is changing so fast that the latest spring/summer 2015 collections have been difficult to define or categorize. For this city's embracing of the new, the eccentric, the radical, we’ve loved London fashion forever. For London Collections: Men spring/summer 2015 we were enthusiastic about a number of collections:
Moschino. The humor. Jeremy Scott proves master of play and titillation by riffing on our obsession with logos and branding. Similar to what MIA did for her collaboration with Versace. Scott’s Fauxschino emerged as an affectionate jab at knock-off fashion. We’re long-time fans of Jeremy Scott, and his work at Moschino keeps us wanting more.
Sankaunz put on one of the most animated shows with models wearing monster body parts, glowing teeth, and fashion detailed with manga references:
Sibling. Their rocked-out mix of urban and tribal:
KTZ. Tough, sleek, sexy. Maybe this is what we will all be wearing in the future:
Astrid Andersen.The kimonos:
Alexander McQueen. The fresh, crisp knitwear:
Tom Ford. The jeans: