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…
To 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. There 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.
My 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.