With the latest men’s fashions due to be revealed at London Collections Men from 8th to 11th January, it is becoming clear that many innovative emerging designers will be making their mark on the catwalk.
This year, here at Syndicut, we are especially excited to see the following fashion brands who incorporate print in exciting new ways showcase their AW16 ranges.
Firstly, founded in 2011, British fashion label Dent de Man’s fusion of contemporary tailoring and ancient print techniques promises to be a must see. Dent de Man’s combination of vintage fabrics and a modern fit is truly distinctive, and their use of exotic, intricate prints that visually reference the Indonesian and Japanese cultures by which they were inspired makes each garment a unique statement piece.
Photo credits: Dent de Man
London-based print design studio St. Piece is another emerging brand that fills us with excitement. Founded in 2013, each luxurious silk or cashmere accessory is a thing of beauty, designed as functional work of art to be worn and cherished. Each scarf and pocket square is printed in the UK and finished by hand, featuring brightly coloured designs which draw inspiration from the natural world.
Photo credits: St. Piece
Graduating from the RCA with an MA in Menswear Design in 2008, Katie Eary’s subculture-inspired designs have captured our attention with their bold use of colour and exciting prints. Eary’s vibrant, layered fabrics aim to reimagine conventional stereotypes, while maintaining a sense of fun and a laidback feel. We are especially looking forward to seeing what she unveil at London Collections Men this weekend.
Photo credits: Katie Eary
Here at Syndicut London we are always looking to find new trends and inspiration; be it art, design, fashion or even watersports, watch this space for more creative updates!