Sunday, 6 January 2019


Day one of London Fashion Week Men’s kicked off the
Fashion Week season.
The collections the world’s fashion media, stylists, editors, buyers and
celebrities defended upon London to see and view, started off quite
interesting, as one needs them to, to keep ones mind engaged and
inspired, like that of the collection by Bobby Abley, which had a finale
of a Pocemon’s Pikachu on the catwalk. Remember the very same
designer two years ago, had Dipsy from the Teletubbies on his catwalk.

Away from the internal shows and presentations, the catwalk
that peaks our interest, the street, gave up a few moments of interest,
inspiration and excitement on its first day, even in the icy cold temperatures
thrown at us, while pounding the pavement for seven hours or so.

That devilishly handsome actor, model and everything else that
cashes in on those dashing looks of his, Hu Bing, was spotted,
along with pop groups, various editors, stylist, bloggers, style icons
and models like the lovely Betty Bachz, who will be walking the
catwalk herself on day two.

Here are a few of the many images we shot for you all, that were
of interest or inspired, in terms of trend or individuality of style.
 This very interesting look was presented by a lovely blogger by the name of
Ms.Shangrila. She wears shoes or ankle boot by Prada, trousers by Puma,
a turtle neck from Uniqlo a coat from Shangrila with glasses by V eyewear,
earrings she made herself, and a fishing net thrown in for good measure.
Lets check out in closer detail those Prada ankle boots. Yeah! they get
the green light alright.
 Being JSTREETSTYLE, we have to have some Japanese style
 This is the amazing Freya SinyuSiu Styled by Pat Lyttle, wearing
a men's tuxedo tailcoat by Saint Durant Airey from around 1910-1920s,
a men's shirt from Cezari with a silk tie & vintage cufflinks, vintage silver
brocade trousers from Kate Moss for Topshop, ankle boots by Gucci
with a cylindrical statement bag by YSL. Check out her way cool make up.

All images featured in this blog belong to and are shot by 
Pat Lyttle  of  JSTREETSTYLE 
 These images are copyrighted and belong to Pat Lyttle of JSTREETSTYLE.
You cannot use these images unless permission is given.

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