Oliver Spencer show…

So I thought I would be really smart and spread out each post of London Collections: Men, rather than bombarding my readers with everything at once. Unfortunately this smart idea didn’t go to plan and I ended up completely forgetting to post about the Oliver Spencer show, which ironically was my favourite collection!

So here it is…

Screen shot 2013-08-14 at 17.32.47To set the scene, The Old Sorting Office was transformed with walls of glowing red and purple, with a catwalk decorated with giant-sized glass frames. The collection itself was inspired by German art theorist Joseph Beuys and his relation to the 1960s fluxus movement resulting in a collection full of bold outerwear pieces. Screen shot 2013-08-14 at 17.33.45There was a strong presence of heavy wool knits, bold colours and turned up trousers. Again, we saw lots of the bright orange and mustard colours, but this time there was a bright blueberry existence, popping out every so often.
Screen shot 2013-08-14 at 17.34.34My personal favourite look out of the whole show was the stripped head-to-toe suit, which can be seen in my finale video (see below).

Oliver Spencer, you didn’t disappoint.

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