London Collections Men is a time to see extra dedication to the sartorial flair than on an average Monday, particularly for worshipping tailoring and I am not just talking about the chaps. I found these fine fashion devotees on various locations, on and off schedules.   photo4 The first people who's outfit struck me were these two bloggers, Toni Tran and Martell Campbell.  Toni of menswear blog Fashitect was wearing a beautiful bespoke suit with eye catching vintage brooches and Martell, stylist and fellow blogger was fashioning a hat from the legendary Lock and Co and clothing from Joseph Homme. They looked so fantastic we kept them by our sides for as much of the remainder of the evening as we could and it was a sad occasion when we had to part.  photo3

At the same stylish party, it was a pleasure to make the acquaintance of stunning model and talented designer, Jacqui Akrofi, the jacket was designed by her and she supplemented her creation with pieces from American Apparel.    photo2

These three were doing street style amongst themselves before I got drawn in and essentially gatecrashed. On the left is Zokaya Kamara of the blog sidewalkdarlings looking effortlessly chic and colourful in in Alberto, Zara, Kangol and River Island. Then Angelique Davis looking as pretty as a picture in her Vintage Dress, she did well to source at an absurdly cheap price from Petticoat Lane Market. Stephen King is our fellow on the right looking relaxed and understated in a mixture of Nike, Zara and Topman. photo1

These two looked great in their pastels, culottes, sandals and slim fit short shorts. They were extremely shy and busy so I have no identifying information but as they say a picture can speak a thousand words and I was particularly loving the unicorn, not sure if its a handbag or a toy, but it is a brilliant look all the same.



Words and Images: Carly Florentine| Fashion Week Press @CarlyFlorentine