MAN fashion show inspires and shocks those in the audience

MAN fashion show inspires and shocks those in the audience

0 Comments 🕔08:52, 08.Jan 2013

When it comes to fashion week, it seems like the women strutting the catwalk and female designers are the ones that get all the press. However, Men's London Fashion Week has caused quite a commotion since it began on January 7, especially when it came to the MAN show. The joint venture between Topman and non-profit organization Fashion East involved, among other things, knitwear, plaid and even driftwood.

Some of the male MAN models even walked down the runway with adorable basset hounds that donned tiny coats that were equally as chic as what the men were wearing. The brand is no stranger to raising some eyebrows. Each season, a group of qualified fashion professionals came together and select a number of obscure designers to contribute to the brand. The lucky few receive guidance from industry leaders which can really help them gain success in the cutthroat world of fashion.

The people chosen from the Men's Autumn/Winter 2013 collect were Agi & Sam, Astrid Andersen and Craig Green. They worked together and meshed their hodgepodge of ideas together that in the end, resulted in a show that ranged from the eclectic to the downright adorable (men walking the runway with jacket-wearing basset hounds). The MAN production is likely to be talked about and referenced in future Fashion Weeks around the world.

Regardless of what your tastes may be, it's hard to deny that male world of men's clothing and accessories is sending shockwaves felt in almost all parts of the globe. To ensure that you don't get left behind and always look your best, make sure that you own the latest mens designer shoes. Brands like Prada and Gucci offer footwear that are sure to look great on any man.

 

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