As the music rang out, the models fell in line and marched accordingly. The Saville Row brand showed a diverse and ecclectic collection that featured everything from minimalist tailoring to leather trousers and paint splattered boots.
Kent and Curwen boys looked quite capable of picking up some guitars and going ahead with a soundcheck. An injection of rock star swagger to the classic brand saw contrasting slick teal and white leather jackets with chic sailor striped tees. Details included jet black studded belts, animal print boots, aviator glasses and graphic printed jeans: introducing the new Kent and Curwen front man.
Whilst this season was unquestionably more relaxed with simple tees, colour blocking and trench coats, Kent and Curwen were sure to produce some refined rigour that has become the houses' DNA.The matching striped suit (very British summertime) is a signature of the design house, and a favourite of ours from this season.
We were also very excited to see some of favourite BBG faces including Matt Ardell and Marc Sebastian at FM Agency, Anders Hayward at Supa Model Management and Flint at Elite. The structured trench coats and teal leather biker jackets stood out - as did Matt Ardell, both very cool and very commanding.
Photography by Lottie Turner.
Words by Rosie Williams.