Having just graduated from London College of Fashion Scott Robert McKay has created a collection based on classic tailoring infused with contemporary silhouettes- the Classic English Gentleman meets the urban hipster. This collection could easily hold its own in a boutique alongside names such as Albam, Garbstore and Soulland and I think in a few years he could be the next Dries Van Noten or Philip Lim.
Taken from the S/S 2011 collection which showcased cropped, tailored trousers paired with studded leather jackets and trenches, with a distinct military influence. Designed by Christopher Bailey, this collection is set to address 'That balance between boyish vulnerability and male strength' (Tim Blanks- Style.com)
Lanvin recently previewed their 2011 spring/summer range via this fashion show. The French fashion house’s classic style was modernized, with tailored and deconstruction pieces on show. An extensive range of colors and patterns were used throughout as the collection took on bold forms by creating enlarged and layered silhouettes. Alongside the mainline apparel, tribal inspired accessories were also seen to complete the range.