missflamboyante

MR. PORTER AT LONDON COLLECTIONS

In British Fashion, Design, Fashion Week, Men's fashion, Shopping, Trend on January 11, 2013 at 10:56 pm

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One of the reasons I eventually decided to attend the London Collections and widen my horizons in regards to men’s fashion was, that I received and invitation to the MR.PORTER presentation. MR.PORTER is the male ‘counterpart’ of  NET-A-PORTER, of whom I’m admittedly an addict, and who are the number one source for me, when on the look out for the extravagant certain something.

What looks like a casual gathering of handsome male models here is the presentation of four of the most coveted British men’s wear designers: Katie Eary, Matthew Miller, Richard Nicoll and Sibling. The simple installations spoke for themselves and without a doubt a host like Mr.Porter wouldn’t leave his guests neither hungry nor thirsty – tea and crumpets by Good & Propper tea were served outside of the venue. Enjoy a preview of what is going to set the tone in men’s fashion  this Spring/Summer –  not just in the UK but world-wide.

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I hope you are delighted as I am about this boost that men’s fashion seems to be experiencing at the moment. Which designs did you like?

xox, the Flamboyante

  1. What an interesting set up with the telephone booths, and umbrellas.

  2. Ah, I love men’s fashion. My favourites are the t-shirt and sweater with the metallic panel. The umbrella decorations are fabulous, too!

    xx
    Sabrina
    apixiesviewonfashion.com

  3. How cool the photos of the umbrellas and telephone booths, I think you had a great time there…….love the pink leopard sweater !

  4. All the outfits are awesome, but I’m still in a standoff against pink for myself haha.
    Hey, will you ever venture over to NYC, etc for such events?

    • That’s a good question, Scott – I think for now I’m just happy to travel through Europe. What looks so fantastic – jetsetting around the world – also means a lot of work. So it may take a while until I attempt to making it over the great pond – but it is definitely on my wish list 🙂

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