Despite a decidedly rainy outlook, the E. Tautz LCM catwalk show was the place to be this morning. In the shadow of iconic Brutalist building 180 The Strand, some of the most admired men in the fashion industry made an appearance, showing off beautiful cheekbones and flawless street style.

Model Oliver Cheshire nailed wet-weather sartorial chic, topping off his teal tailored suit with a matching navy tie/parka combo.

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Our fave besties of LCM AW16, David Gandy and his stylist Joe Ottaway, looked adorable in matching colour palettes, tapping into the tweed menswear trend that just will not quit.


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Layering was the name of the game today, and not just to keep away the winter chill - jackets on top of jackets are fast becoming the only way to leave the house, demonstrated by Darren Kennedy. And why not? We all know that it’s boring choosing just the one outer layer to wear.

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As for accessories, fans of summer’s hottest eyewear trend will be happy to hear that round sunglasses have survived the drop in temperature, popping up all over The Strand this morning in spite of the grey clouds. After all, can fashion week actually be a fashion week without sunglasses?


Words: Katharine Bennett | Fashion Week Press | @misskatebennett

Images: Eloise Peachey | Fashion Week Photographer | @eloisepeachey