London Fashion Week Mens Designer Showrooms Fall/Winter 2018-19

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The Designer Showroom exhibition space in London played host to the best in established and emerging talent that will be shaping the menswear scene into FW18-19 and beyond. On view, Trendstop’s menswear team introduces the latest Fall Winter 2018-19 looks from London Fashion Week Men’s most inspiring collections.

Here’s an exclusive at three inspirational Fall Winter 2018-19 collections. Hybrid style and the art of reinvention are key seasonal themes. Technical, active apparel is infused with a streetwear sensibility at Every Second Counts x Kazuki Karaishi while Léon Bara integrate performance qualities into their Japanese inspired silhouettes. New material developments are an essential element of many collections with Tonsure elevating menswear basics through the use of unexpected yet luxury fabrications.

J JS Lee Menswear Debut

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Every Second Counts x Kazuki Karaishi

#Trendstop FW18-19 London Fashion Week #WeConnectFashion. Menswear designer: Kazuki Karaishi

Performance-led activewear brand Every Second Counts team up with apparel and accessories designer Kazuki Karaishi.

  • Sportswear/streetwear hybrids fuse fashion with function
  • A focus on construction and comfort have a pre-to-post gym sensibility
  • High-tech apparel offer a fresh approach to the sportswear market


#Trendstop FW18-19 London Fashion Week #WeConnectFashion. Menswear designer: Tonsure

Taking inspiration from 1980s New York, Tonsure’s FW18-19 collection plays with materials and surface texture.

  • Merino wool and leather put a tactile spin on the classic menswear
  • Wardrobe staples are reinvented through knitted constructions
  • Developmental collaborations introduce a sports-tech edge

Léon Bara

#Trendstop FW18-19 London Fashion Week #WeConnectFashion. Menswear designer: Léon Bara

Léon Bara’s Fall Winter collection takes inspiration from Japanese garments and the tattoo motifs of the Yakuza.

  • Traditional craftsmanship blends with refined utilitarianism
  • Innovative hybrid styles focus on resilience with waterproof coatings
  • Contemporary menswear has a high performance, progressive aspect
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