The 5 Designers to Know from London Collections Men Spring 2017

LCM Highlights

From J.W.Anderson’s playful pieces to Charles Jeffrey Loverboy’s gender-bending collection, here are the highlights from London Collections Men.



Drawing inspiration from youth culture and Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s The Little Prince, designer Jonathan Anderson’s Spring 2017 men’s collection was both playful and chic. Orange beaded crowns and aviator goggles provided an eccentric pop, while over-extended sleeves hung from neon color block jumpers felt like a child playing dress-up. As an added bonus, the designer’s show coincided with the announcement of an eight-piece collaboration with A$AP Rocky.



Without Burberry showing at London Collections Men this season, Coach became the most talked-about show in town. The brand’s creative director Stuart Vevers lived up to the hype with an Americana rockabilly-inspired collection, complete with skulls, heavy hits of red and lots of leather.


Wales Bonner

For her first solo show, Grace Wales Bonner garnered lots of attention with her elegant collection that rested effortlessly between traditional ceremonial dress and today’s contemporary tailoring.


Craig Green

Staying consistent with his undone separates, Craig Green gave new life to his staple silhouette with blue quilted fabrics that looked like they spawned from bedspreads.


Charles Jeffrey Loverboy

After funding his Central Saint Martins degree with the proceeds from an over-the-top club night befittingly entitled LOVERBOY, Charles Jeffrey remains a talk of London Fashion Week with his gender-bending club-kid revival.