The Best Trends from London Fashion Week Mens SS18

London Fashion Week Men’s is here again and celebrating its fifth anniversary!

This four-day event showcased the Spring/Summer 2018 collections of menswear designers from all over the world across a variety of locations in the capital.

Last season, we shared our favourite wearable trends from LFWM AW17 and it proved to be so popular that we are doing it again this season.

Many men take no notice of the latest catwalk shows because they don’t feel relevant to their day-to-day wardrobe. However, you don’t have to follow the latest trends religiously to give your summer wardrobe an update. Instead, take the elements of these trends that you like and translate them into something wearable.

In the following article, we are sharing our favourite trends from this season’s shows. Which one will your next suit be inspired by?

John Smedley's SS18 collection at London Fashion Week Men's.

John Smedley's SS18 collection at London Fashion Week Men's.

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