Belstaff want to take you on a journey to feel inspired by the great outdoors where modern performance fabrics mixed retro sports graphics and prints create staples take centre stage for Spring Summer 2018


Belstaff presents Spring Summer 2018.

Following on from Belstaff’s collaboration with Vestiaire Collective the leading market place for pre-owned premium and luxury fashion the exclusive partnership allows you to purchase the limited number of iconic 1960’s and 1970’vintage jackets especially chosen from the Belstaff Designers Archive.

Belstaff returns this season to London Fashion Week Men’s for Spring Summer 2018 Menswear and Womenswear collection self titled Paris to Dakar.


Once again the spirit of travel is kept alive through tradition of adventure reflected in Belstaff’s signature DNA for classic iconic pieces inspired by the modern day explorers and adventurers.

Belstaff showcased the collections in the iconic London Venue of Somerset House, in the newly opened wing, the Lancaster Rooms, with press arriving via the British landmark of Waterloo Bridge.

“Built for life Est since 1924″

This season’s collection explores the epic journey of the rider’s adventures travelling through extreme conditions during their journey on the Paris to Dakar Rally.

Influences of retro themes made their debut during men’s fashion week at other designer shows as Belstaff took inspiration from the late 70’s and early 80’s era mixing modern performance fabrics with retro sports graphics and prints.


Explore a Lifestyle Brand with Heritage through the eyes of a Modern Adventurer.

The real sense of rawness in the feeling of the collection could be envisioned where romance of the North African landscapes intriguing colour hues of soft sun bleached pastels, to the vibrant shades of copper and burnt orange evoked the spirit of adventure.

BELSTAFF Ready to Wear collection’  PARIS TO DAKAR

It was about creating pieces this season that were versatile in aesthetics also light weight incorporating technical styles which are protective and wearable in all climates.



A rather distinct collection was well put together where patterns and prints contrast with retro inspired sportswear elevated the multi seasonal technical use of luxurious materials and bold prints served with functionality. As per seasonal signature items you can guarantee the outwear remains at the core of the collection each season experimenting with colour, leather, graphic and prints and more.

Editorial Disclaimer: A huge thank you to Belstaff for hosting me for the Press Preview during London Fashion Week. As always, all opinions are my own and I will never promote something I don’t personally use or would wear myself for accurate feedback.

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