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London Fashion Week Men’s

T/Sehne Men’s Spring 2020

Subtle details enriched Thomas Sehne and Stephen Piel's spring collection.

Lou Dalton Men’s Spring 2020

Lou Dalton continued to keep a sharp focus on "core products that have longevity."

Alexander McQueen Men’s Spring 2020

Even though Alexander McQueen decided to show men's wear in a presentation format, rather than on a runway…

Chalayan Men’s Spring 2020

The designer's show, held at his London flagship, embraced history and inclusivity.

Studio ALCH Men’s Spring 2020

Upcycled Patta collaboration and faux denim jackets made from heat-pressed plastic bags are the highlight of…

Liam Hodges Men’s Spring 2020

The designer tore up the classics for this soft-edged, upbeat collection that was full of pastels, cartoonish…

8ON8, Presented by GQ, Men’s Spring 2020

Designer Li Gong's collection was vibrant, despite its "Black Mirror" references.

Stefan Cooke Men’s Spring 2020

Re-creating 15th-century techniques on a "20p budget," the duo crafted the collection while exploring ways to…

Band of Outsiders Men’s Spring 2020

Cartoonish animals, flowers and thick scribbles popped up on cotton shorts and jackets while dreamy line…

Art School Men’s Spring 2020

Among the all-black collection, there were some dresses that looked like disco balls come to life.

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2020

Jeffrey showed a wild, wilfully disjointed collection at one of his spiritual homes, the British Library.

Iceberg Spring 2020

James Long's spring 2020 collection for Iceberg was a loud, colorful concoction of all that is fun and…

Qasimi Men’s Spring 2020

The designer wants to express a sense of hope and positivity to the war-torn Middle East.

Edward Crutchley Spring 2020

Crutchley melded an array of references to create a strong, theatrical moment with glamorous yet fuss-free…

Ahluwalia Men’s Spring 2020

Priya Ahluwalia used bold prints and a punchy color palette for her first solo presentation.