Top 5 Trends from London Collections: Men's AW15, Day 2
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Hard to believe but, according to the fashion calendar, it’s already time to look ahead and see what we’ll be wearing for Autumn/Winter. See what the best names in menswear design have in store, and make sure your fashion game is one step ahead, with The National Student’s round-up of the top trends from each day of London Collections: Men's AW15... Future soldiers Utility details made another appearance on Day 2, with both Lee Roach and Maharishi offering pared back, futuristic takes on the trend. Clean-cut, almost oriental-inspired shapes and a mostly silver-grey and black palette were central for Roach, who showcased asymmetric knits, sleeveless blazers and tabards adorned with zips, tie-belted waists and straps for sleek warrior style. The devil is clearly in the detail with this trend, as Maharishi’s desert military-inspired collection featured straps, belts, snoods and mouth-covering accessories teamed with loose shapes, smooth black and silver leather and camouflage knits. Building blocks Astrid Andersen and Matthew Miller offered alternatives to the classic autumn palette, scattering bold, bright blocks of colour throughout their collections. Andersen’s strong, simple streetwear pieces in black, grey and white were livened up with blocks of contrasting coral, while Matthew Miller’s collection of crisp white suits and relaxed maroon and black casualwear contained pops of all-over tomato red. Colours are loud and proud for AW15, so embrace the trend with sporty, fun knitwear that pairs classic black with blocks of contrasting colours or, if you’re feeling brave, go all-out a là Miller and wear your favourite shade from head-to-toe!
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