Filippo Giuliani, Fashion Editor
(left) A leader in the new generation of British menswear designers, James Long never disappoints.
(right) I knew from the opening look of Xander Zhou’s show that it was going to be a great collection.
(l) Double breasted suits jackets are a must for SS13 and this midnight blue one by Spencer Hart is ideal.
(r) Such an amazing head to toe print from Agi & Sam and this guy walked with such attitude – a total boss!
Chad Burton, Junior Fashion Editor
(l) This sherbet yellow three piece suit from Hackett London makes me wish I had a tea date with the Queen or knew how to bet on horses.
(r) Chinese designer XanderZhou was my favorite collection from day one. Not many guys can pull off lavender and prison stripes, but this look makes me want to try.
(l) I love the pink knit t-shirt from the Baartmans and Siegel collection paired with the rose tinted sunglasses. Plus the mesh slip-on plimsolls were totally my childhood summer shoe - I immediately ordered a similar pair online when I got home that night.
(r) The American style football jerseys with matching shorts at Topman Design made me wish for a sportier disposition. Alas…
Lindsay Robertson, Fashion Co-ordinator
(l) Model Val looks amazing in this Jonathan Saunders printed alternative to the tailored suit and the two-toned shoes are fantastic.
(r) Folk stripes and fringing seem to be a small trend for the season and Christopher Shannon has made it extremely wearable with this look.
(l) I am glad to see that the pyjama womenswear trend has transferred to over menswear in this Nicole Farhi look. I could imagine you disappearing into your nan’s wallpaper in this outfit.
(r) The block colors from E.Tautz teamed with the oversized box jacket would be perfect for spring.
Holly Ounstead, Beauty Editor & Senior Fashion Assistant
(l) Tattoo’s complemented the traditional heritage brand Pringle of Scotland this season, taking an angle towards ease, sportswear, comfort and modern performance.
(r) Tones of blue and gray shaded pieces fell together pleasantly at Margaret Howell. It was fashion-forward yet classic, functional and incredibly wearable.
(l) Nicole Farhi’s collection was inspired by seaside nostalgia, both through the use of pebble hues and relaxed beachwear cuts, with an overall sense of youthfulness.
(r) Vibrant Mexican colours, floral motifs and skeletal make-up hidden in flower bedded cupboards made for a great installation by T.Lipop.
Ginger Clark, Fashion Assistant
(l) As someone who loves dungarees, I’d be hard pressed not to like Xander Zhou’s take which makes for an outfit both sleek and strong.
(r) The subtle variations of tone in such a brightly coloured outfit by Pringle of Scotland really work, and the bag rounds off the whole outfit.
(l) Baartmans and Siegel incorporated sheer and floral details into a classic male garment like the shirt creating an effective twist, heightened by the interplay with the lace pattern of the shorts.
(r) Kit Neale’s outfit is great for it’s busy prints – it’s a spring/summer outfit that is casual but eye-catching.