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Ports 1961 RTW Spring 2018

An optimistic color palette and breezy, masculine-meets-feminine shapes added up to a chic, modern…

Halpern RTW Spring 2018

Designer Michael Halpern introduced sculptural silhouettes and slinky pantsuits to his sparkling, after-dark…

Fashion East RTW Spring 2018

An experimental, cross-cultural and playful approach wove through these emerging designers' collections.

Molly Goddard RTW Spring 2018

There was a self-assured, womanly air to Molly Goddard's collection.

Casely-Hayford Men’s Spring 2018

Casely-Hayford presented its spring collection in its studio rather than on the runway, in order to highlight…

A London Preview

The Hoxton hotel was the backdrop for a showcase of London designers' pre-collections Monday afternoon.

Buyers Laud London’s Inventiveness, Energy, Emerging Talent

London Fashion Week Men's – which celebrated its fifth anniversary – wrapped on Monday, with retailers…

Katie Eary Men’s Spring 2018

Katie Eary said she wanted to infuse streetwear with a "sense of humor," spiking her laid-back silhouettes…

Kiko Kostadinov Men’s Spring 2018

Kiko Kostadinov's slick tailoring — seen through a dark, dystopian lens — was the highlight of this…

Christopher Raeburn Men’s Spring 2018

There was a lightness and transparency to Christopher Raeburn's signature practical silhouettes.

Maison Mihara Yasuhiro Men’s Spring 2018

Mihara Yasuhiro's collection channeled the spirit of rebellious youth, as an antidote to what he sees as…

Harrys of London Goes Globe-trotting

Harrys of London presented its upbeat spring 2018 collection with a London-meets-Japan-themed showcase.

Wales Bonner Men’s Spring 2018

This focused yet subdued collection saw Grace Wales Bonner musing on a "blue mood."

Matthew Miller Men’s Spring 2018

Inspired by a "politicized" youth, Matthew Miller's collection explored freedom and restraint.

E. Tautz Men’s Spring 2018

Patrick Grant described this lineup as a "quiet" collection, that sought to shun the "superfluity" of fashion.