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London College of Fashion MA Fashion Show 2014, Menswear: London Fashion Week Catwalk Review

The menswear LCF graduates showcased their collections on the catwalk at the Waldorf Hotel on Friday 14th February 2014.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Wen Tan A/W 2014 by Claire Kearns

Wen Tan A/W 2014 by Claire Kearns.

Against the backdrop of a kaleidoscopic digital projection, the London College of Fashion MA designers sent their designs down the catwalk. As ever there was a fantastic array of talent on show. Here’s a run down of the menswear.

Daniel Yuste AW 2014

Daniel Yuste AW 2014

Spanish designer Daniel Yuste focused on a futuristic sportive silhouette, using neoprene to shape beetle inspired jackets in bold cobalt blue, navy and monochrome stripes.

Wen Tan AW 2014

Wen Tan AW 2014

Wen Tan AW 2014

Wen Tan AW 2014-white suit

Wen Tan used delicate drawings made from the bones of extinct animals as the basis for his drop shouldered coats in muted pastel colours, accessorised with large top hats and bowlers chopped in two.

Artistides Vanis by Rebecca May Illustration

Artistides Vanis by Rebecca May Illustration.

Aristides Vanis AW 2014-LCF MA

Aristides Vanis AW 2014-LCF MA donkey

Aristides Vanis AW 2014

Aristides Vanis AW 2014

Greek designer Aristides Vanis produced the most arresting collection, featuring an outsize stuffed donkey as accessory and plenty of 3D embellishments, all inspired by his childhood and in particular the food and animals that were such a big part of his growing up. His background in costume is evident in these fun garments.

Xiaomeng Yang by Ruth Joyce

Xiaomeng Yang by Ruth Joyce.

Xiaomeng Yang AW 2014

Xiaomeng Yang AW 2014

Xiaomeng Yang AW 2014

Xiaomeng Yang AW 2014

Xiaomeng Yang dressed his men in brightly coloured co-ordinated suits in shades of bright blue, canary yellow, fuchsia pink, bright green, searing red and blazing orange, with the corresponding shades splattered across the models’ faces. Despite the energetic choice of colour these were beautiful and wearable garments, featuring intricate draping inspired by folds of skin.

All photography by Amelia Gregory. Don’t forget to check out my coverage of the womenswear graduates here.

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