British menswear designer Alex Mullins presented his Spring Summer 2019 Menswear Collection during London Fashion Week Men’s. This season the collection featured 27 looks in a series of nine triptychs. With this in mind, the collection presented a mix of wearable pieces and high fashion, once again brilliantly blurring gender boundaries. Standout pieces were apron-like garments with a beautiful oriental fish print on a white or salmon pink fabric.
Other pieces included checkered trousers, suiting made from waterproof swimming trunk fabric, asymmetrical leather vests, boxy jackets and paint spatter print on blue and white denim.
We loved the choice of metallic for the summer collection. Other colours on the palette were shades of yellow, white and neutral earth hues, with a touch of neon and Japanese inspired prints.
Garments were teamed with abstract bags or chainmail shoppers and strapped leather sandals.
Once again Alex Mullins presented a flawless, fresh & innovative collection that stood out in styling & aesthetics.