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Featuring vibrant prints and abstract references, the London-based brand has burst onto the scene with its whimsical designs and fashion-forward styling.
From classic to functional to fetish inspired, these looks transform a city sidewalk, gym floor and stroll to the locker room shower into a veritable runway of form-meets-function fashion.
While the bespoke styles of Savile Row continue to wow men of a certain generation (and means), a new crop of British designers and reimagined familiar ones are making their mark on the streets of London and beyond.
Inspired by Americana and workwear, Marc Jacobs spring/summer 2014 pays tribute to Elvis Presley. The collection incorporates a whimsical mash-up of plaids, checks, florals and stripes with fabrics that showcase texture and sheen.
Inspired by the Italian cinema of the 1950s, the Brioni spring/summer 204 collection features angular silhouettes in hues of gray, night blue and burgundy. Highlight accessories include travel and tote bags.
L’Wren Scott’s designs were worn by celebrities ranging from Nicole Kidman to Naomi Campbell. She was known for designs that were beautiful, close-fitting and stylish.
River Island has been a London mainstay for more than 60 years. This season’s collection features a mash-up of casual styles, including floral prints, vivid colors like peacock blue and warm weather dressier pieces in neutral gray, black and taupe.
Japanese fashion designer Mihara Yasuhiro’s collection, titled "Phoenix," is in part inspired by the 2012 tsunami and earthquake. Prints combine with natural indigo dye for a casual look.
Academy Award winners create buzz. Then there’s the buzz generated by what the winners (and others) wore. From red carpet poses to offstage antics, here’s a look at Oscars 2014.
Mattiussi’s autumn/winter collection features timeless designs in wool and leather, and a palette of navy, carmel and a pop of red.