Richard James is a bespoke Savile Row tailors and contemporary menswear company presented his Fall/Winter 2013 collection was inspired by Park life. “London’s parks represent an intriguing parallel world. The collection features its classic, clean-lined the brands known for but one that’s designed with comfort and refinement in mind with
Iconic British brand Belstaff just presented its second lineup at London Collections of its Sports and Racing Collection by Goodwood that features trousers and jeans that have clasps and other details at the bottom that can be easily worn inside or outside biker boots; a zip-front washed leather racing jacket with blue and green stripes; a navy nylon puffer inspired by the colors of the Union Jack; and the brand’s traditional four-pocket Trialmaster jacket made from the Gordon family tartan.
English designer Oliver Spencer showcased his Fall/Winter 2013 collection inspired by 20th century German art theorist Joseph Beuys and his association with the 1960s fluxus movement. The collection features strong tailoring and outerwear fabrics, with leather/shearling jackets, heavy woolen trousers, and includes a range of Spencer’s trademark cap-toe Oxford boots and suede brogues. A personal favourite from the FW13 collection has to the bold woven striped suit. French blue, autumnal grey ,brown and green with a mixture of muted and refined approach to colour the designer is renowned for.
Lou Dalton opened the London Collections: Men Fall/Winter 2013 collection of tailored yet rugged goods on winter tailoring and steady workwear influence. Inspiration for the Fall 2013 campaign comes from punk rock music and British workwear that defines the elements of disconnected sleek and refined look. Double-breasted coats and jackets in a boxy silhouette in Raw Shetland wools dominated the collection, often with contrasted back panels and