Cottweiler steps into the great outdoors for their AW17 collection.

Fendi demonstrated it’s softer side for AW17.

Neil Barrett pays tribute to Siouxsie Sioux.

Miuccia Prada went from big to small for Prada’s AW17 menswear collection.

Moschino went paramilitary for AW17 and Pre-Fall.

Tim Coppens goes moto for AW17.

Can’t argue with “the world’s finest knitwear”.

Ancient meets office marks Chalayan’s return to London Fashion Week.

It’s fearless, it’s fresh, it’s full-on sophisticated.

Vivienne Westwood reaffirms her reign as fashion’s messiah.

The Belstaff ship sails triumphantly into LFWM.

AW17 saw BERTHOLD explore the rhythm of restriction.

Filling the runway with everything from billowing loose bonnets to space suits, the LCF graduate students made a fresh mark on the fashion scene with imaginative, retro designs.

It’s elegant simplicity for Joseph AW17.

Blood Brother were inspired by London’s lifeblood.

Lou Dalton demonstrated British cheeriness on a grey morning.

AW17 saw Agi & Sam with a woollen focus.

Emotionally charged and full of future classics, Wales Bonner AW17 is a collection we’re pining over.

There’s lots of love for laces at KTZ AW17.

Reign true, pearly kings and queens of Sibling.

J.W Anderson calls upon crochet for his bold and brilliant AW17 collection.

Ensuring you’re traditionally suited and booted, Oliver Spencer’s AW17 collection embodies the true gent.

Casely-Hayford serves up a mostly mono-chrome masterpiece for AW17.

Katie Eary naturally goes bold for her AW17 collection.

Christopher Shannon takes us around the world with his AW17 collection.

Charles Jeffrey, Feng Cheng Wang and Per Götesson present their weird and wonderful collection’s as part of MAN.

Topman’s AW17 serving packed a powerful punch.

We get a glimpse of inspo for Matthew Miller’s AW17 collection ahead of this weekends London Fashion Week: Mens.

Here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect from BERTHOLD’s AW17 collection, ahead of this weekend’s London Collections: Mens.

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