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CLEANSE AND CONDITION WITH LABEL. M ECO LAB BY TONI & GUY HAIRDRESSING

TONI & GUY SALON TRIALS SUSTAINABLE CONCEPT THE LABEL. M ECO LAB

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One day I realised I had run out of my favourite shampoo salon brand Label. M haircare which is sold at Toni & Guy Salons nationwide that I decided to pay a visit to a branch in Woking Surrey during a commute back home for the weekend. I remember asking the salon stylist if they had any more of the travel sized shampoo which I had purchased prior to my trip for Milan Fashion Week this summer as they seem to come in handy when traveling.

What I did not realise that day is one salon in particular was trialling a sustainable initiative to be more green given the fact this issue is being highlighted in the media that fashion to needs to be more environmentally friendly. The Salon staff mentioned that they had an idea which they pitched to Toni & Guy Head Office and agreed to set up The Label M Eco Lab kiosk inside the store to see how it would promote a green concept for the company’s image.

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“The idea of fashion is EXCITING again because it can be sustainable and echo friendly”

How this concept would work is that you can purchase refillable 100 ml shampoo bottles that are 100 percent recyclable and bring the bottles back in next time on your next top-up of Label M shampoo from the Eco Lab’s pump station.

 

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It was great to have an option to try out different shampoo’s from the Label M. hair care range which I would not have the chance to otherwise as the range normally comes in full size bottles which can be costly. The price of the 100 ml bottles retails just under £ 5 which is great if you want to have a feel of the range from peppermint conditioner, honey to colour stay shampoo are really great products to include for your daily grooming routine essentials.

If you would like to find out more how you can support and promote sustainability please get involved and support the Label M Eco lab and say yes to a greener future to reduce environmental waste by doing your bit to preserve the planet for a great cause.

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“Toni & Guy Hair Salon is a Fashion-led hairdressing brand and the only Official Hair Sponsor of London Fashion Week and London Fashion Week Men’s”

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For more information and salon appointment please visit Toni & Guy Woking

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MONOCHROME STYLE INSPIRATION FOR FALL | LONDON FASHION WEEK STYLE JOURNAL

EMBRACING MONOCHROMATIC COMBINATIONS IN MY CLOSET

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DAY 1

 I have arrived in London today for the Iceberg show! All dressed up in Iceberg, Son of a Tailor, and 7 4 All Mankind, I made my way to the afternoon show of LFW season

London Fashion Week Style Diary

London Fashion Week Style Diary

Leather Bomber Jacket: Iceberg / Men’s Tee: Son of Tailor Copenhagen / Skinny Jeans: 7 4 All Mankind / Faux Sude Derby Shoes: H & M Man

DAY 2

 All Noir vibe

London Fashion Week Style Diary

London Fashion Week Style Diary

Double Breasted Pea-Coat: Reiss / Long sleeve Tee: John Smedley / Skinny Black Denim Jeans: Prada / Men’s Derby Shoes: Christian Louboutin

Hope you enjoyed following my inspired looks and London Fashion Week Style Diary at LFW!

BELSTAFF AW 2019 COLLECTION | BRITISH ROOTS WITH HERITAGE

It’s the last day of London Fashion Week Men’s, but I managed to catch only part of it upon my return after the Christmas Break. It’s great to be back in town as New Year has come around so quickly and before you know it we are in work mode again.

This season I noticed at fashion week it has been cut from 5 to 3 days with some designers pulling out of schedule while other’s are talking about attending Pitti U’mo in Italy. But, still we can make the most of Fashion Week and attend some shows to view the new seasons collections.

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With the exception of Belstaff I’m always looking forward to attending the presentation and support British Fashion as there’s all this speculation surrounding how Brexit will affect the fashion industry if we leave the EU.

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Heritage brands are deeply rooted in tradition which make it so special that it’s worth celebrating it’s success because men’s fashion week is the ideal platform to promote British Style on an international level with the exceptional pool of talent we have in London.

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Creative Director Sean Lehnhardt-Moore and reflects his passion for the roots of the brand where technical fabrics capture the modern day essence of advanced treated raw materials.

Exciting times, but not forgetting it’s all the hard work and effort people put in as the industry must be worth billions in the U.K. Economy which is why Brexit might not be great in terms of the single market for business. The Belstaff presentation was held upstairs at their flagship store on Bond Street as I was kindly directed upstairs via a lift in the discreet lobby. It was a smaller venue this time round so I’m glad I attended the event early on as I was not the only one as the venue soon reached it’s maximum capacity being the last day of Men’s Fashion Week. As you would expect during LFW MENS very busy indeed as Stylist, Bloggers, Influencers and Press all mingled together to view Belstaff Autumn Winter 2019 Collection: Great British Roots hosted by Brand Ambassadors The Turner Twin’s and various VIP’s in attendance.


Experience the distinctive spirit and contemporary evolution of the brands story revisiting the history of outfitting motorcyclist and adventurers.


I noticed in the centre of the room at Belstaff House in Mayfair the space was dominated by large packing crates with large Persian rugs suggesting the spirit of travel iconic with the brands DNA. It was an amazing experience to observe up close the distinctive spirit and contemporary evolution of the brands story revisiting the history of outfitting motorcyclist and adventurers.

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What drew me to the brand during my first encounter with the label is the innovative use luxury fabrics and finishes where are hand waxed leather, suede and shearling, the finest blends of merino wool’s and cashmere to name a few. Although we associate the brand with their renowned signature jackets this season explores an in depth look of knitwear styles which can be styled as layering pieces as the answer to modern outerwear.

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The Autumn Winter 2019 collection is the first by newly appointed Creative Director Sean Lehnhardt-Moore and reflects his passion for the roots of the brand where technical fabrics capture the modern day essence of advanced treated raw materials. To this day Belstaff stays true to this philosophy since pioneering the label in the industrial north of England during the 1920’s. All the clothing is very versatile to wear and these iconic jackets instantly stand out as classic staples to form part of your wardrobe essentials which make it ideal for traveling too season to season.

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Most of all I love spotting the fleet of London Fashion Week Mens Wagons sponsored by Mercedes Benz which you always see around town during the shows confirms no doubt it’s fashion week has arrived once again this season.

To find out more about the Brand visit the Belstaff Social Media handles and Website below

Instagram @Belstaff

Twitter @Belstaff

www.belstaff.com

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WHAT WE WEAR MENSWEAR CELEBRATES 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY WITH HOMAGE TO FOOTBALL SUBCULTURE AND DIVERSITY

Tinnie Tempah debuts New Menswear Collection WWW ‘What We Wear’ with his exclusive collection collaborations during London Fashion Week Mens.

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Tempah paid homage to his love of football subculture and diversity

Tinie Tempah’s contemporary menswear brand What We Wear celebrated its 1st year anniversary, at men’s fashion week in London this week.

Throughout the collection Tempah paid homage to his love of football subculture and diversity. What We Wear showcased a sophisticated functional collection which was a combination of sportswear and skilled tailoring. The collection aesthetics focused on training and season football kit with the zig zag logo subtly incorporated.

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Yet in between the collection, What We Wear found its strength with its easy contemporary street wear inspired pieces.

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What We Wear Introduces collaborative footwear produced with Dutch based footwear label Filling Pieces

Notable garments incorporated fun bold colours, interchangeable luxurious fabrics, glossy patent leather jackets, an easy denim two piece suit, a tie dye jumper paired with lux tracksuit trousers were understated looks.

London Fashion Week Men's

London Fashion Week Men's

London Fashion Week Men's

Over the year What We Wear has grown and elevated into a new breed of sportswear with a confident approach to texture, colour, and contrasting tracksuits and trouser separates.


Equality Team Spirit & Inclusion for all


We look forward to bigger things for What We Wear and an exciting new direction of traditional sportswear with a lux edge.

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I find it quite interested how there has been a shift in menswear style from more traditional garment separates to subculture influences from the streetwear scene coming in mainstream fashion from Balenciaga, GUCCI to Supreme of lately.

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This season’s collection celebrated the key message of inclusion and everyone should feel welcome  no matter what. It’s time to overcome challenges and obstacles for the foreseeable future.

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Sport luxe Street Wear Trends make Stance on Diversity this season

The show finished with an exquisite summer after party on the roof top of White City House private members club with DJ Set by Actor Idris Elba

Editorial Disclaimer: As always, all opinions are my own and I will never promote something I don’t personally support and believe in.  I was an invited guest to the show by the Brand Rep. Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any retailer or brand, and have not been reviewed or endorsed by any of these entities.

ICEBERG ITALY GETS READY FOR ITS TAKE OVER AT LONDON FASHION WEEK MEN’S

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So what do we know so far, Iceberg is a cult streetwear label from Milan and has been going strong since 1974 where the Italian Fashion House is known for it’s DNA of vibrant colour together with Long’s remix of iconic technical knits in casual silhouettes.

By looking at the London Fashion Week Men’s schedule it was one of the most highly anticipated shows to mark the start of Men’s Fashion Week and definitely worth waiting for.

London is known for its sartorial elegance and tailoring the focus was on street wear and sport luxe this season that dominated the Men’s Catwalk this week.

The inspiration for Iceberg’s SS 2019 collection made references to the designer’s Italian love of F1 where dance meets football London attitude that was reflected in the energy of the show. Theme’s in the collection explored the past with a vision of the future which emphasized the importance of equality that everyone is part of a winning team.

Long’s signature garment’s included quirky deep fried glitched graphics are hand drawn or collage interpretations on Peanuts, Joe Cool, and tone on tone logo’s which came down the runway. A playful use of texture in the way triple printed denim looks sparkle along with plastic-coated gloss knit Iceberg logo’s dazzle opponents off the sport arena.

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London Fashion Week Men's


Iceberg’s S/S 2019 collection made references to the designer’s Italian love of F1 where dance meets football London attitude


Pieces that stood out for me in the Iceberg collection were versatile tailored jackets with snap fastenings for both menswear and womenswear worn over a classic white separates’ with hidden self colour logo woven into the fabric. Details such as Warhol flowers adorn across satins, 3D knit’s and football shirts that affiliate you with the fashion capitals of the world.

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After the show, I hailed a cab to make my way over to the Kirk Original’s party at the Private White Store as we drove by the Strand I manage to get a glimpse of the Iceberg Model Squad in a parade as they passed by Somerset House, Trafalgar Square and ending at Piccadilly. It certainly stopped London Traffic by surprise as the high energy sports drinks colours of blue, green, yellow, pink and red shout Viva Italia as the Models walked straight off the catwalk onto London’s street’s. What a great PR Stunt during London Fashion Week Men’s that represented the new millennial generation of fashionista’s and revival of the label’s signature style.

What do you think? Have questions or ideas? Leave a comment below

LONDON FASHION WEEK STYLE DIARY: WHAT I WORE AT THE BEN SHERMAN SS 19 SHOW

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As a matter of fact I chose to pair a tailored jacket with weekend essential staples such as a  simple t-shirt for a smart casual look. Don’t be afraid to experiment with colour against other textures which can look great in contrast to one another. I felt today I wanted to capture the essence of Summer in London but with a resort sort of feel. Then to finish off the look I chose to wear a Ben Sherman Men’s Watch to support the brand as you do during the show to always lend support and appreciation for the Designers.

For instance, hence the t-shirt evoking a bit a bit nautical details as its’ all about being outdoors making the most of a sunny day in June. Alternative separates apart from your conventional light weight denim could be chinos also if you want to dress it up a little more depending on the occasion. I’m thinking style references with a hint towards such sporting events in the English Social Calendar this weekend at Polo in The Park Fulham. Never mind, I’m at Fashion Week anyway and that’s what I’m up to this weekend so it’s all work I’m afraid but grateful for the glorious sunshine to make the most of my Menswear summer separates a great reason to wear the out for the occasion.

You can also read the review of the Ben Sherman x Henry Holland Show here too

LFW LOOKBOOK | MENSWEAR SPRING / SUMMER STYLE JOURNAL

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I cant believe fashion month has already come to an end. Even more so, its time to start sharing my past outfits with you during Fashion Week which took place early June. It was indeed a great season this year and always look to previewing the latest trends. Over the years, I have grown accustomed to the Fashion week experience and already looking forward to the forthcoming seasons ahead. Each season always brings something new. Nevertheless, all the excitement from the glam and glitz of the shows, street style inspiration and events are all part of it.

Day 1 

The first day was all about casual summer separates, tailored jacket and statement sunglasses

London Fashion Week Style Diary

London Fashion Week Style Diary

Jacket: Zara Man / T-shirt: American Apparel / Jeans: 7 4Allmankind / Men’s Footwear: H & M Man / Sunglasses: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Day 2

The second day was all about matte black, casual wear and classic leather jackets

London Fashion Week Style Diary

Men’s Long Sleeve Tee: CK Calvin Klein Jeans/ Sunglasses: Marc by Marc Jacobs / Belt: Polo Ralph Lauren / Leather Biker Jacket: Iceberg

I hope these Summer looks help inspire you this season and enjoyed LFW Men’s with me

BEN SHERMAN PAYS HOMAGE TO BRITISH MUSICIAN SIXTIES STYLE ICONS FOR SPRING SUMMER 2019

Resort Wear makes a style statement with fun fusion of colour, patchwork and bold tropical prints

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Ben Sherman’s modern, iconic mod look pays homage to 60’s  style icons on the music scene

Just a bit of history for you, British musicians of the 1960’s were being influenced by Ivy league collegiate style influences from across the Atlantic. Get into the Summer mood and indulge in a love of Italian Scooters and French Hairstyles which inspired Spring Summer 2019.

It’s back to school with Ben Sherman and House of Holland as Ivy League and Retro Styles take centre stage to emulate sixties style icons on the music scene.

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After all the excitement of yesterday’s shows during Day 1 of London Fashion Week Men’s I’m thrilled to see which Designers could raise the bar to showcase the latest trends for SS 2019. Just another two days to go.

 

Iconic checks and bold candy stripes were sophisticated as resort wear pieces to take you from beach to bar.

This season I was curious what Designers would be doing? Differentiating between uniqueness of each brand meant that it was hard to decide which shows to attend. You can’t do it all but if you can try and see as much as you can.

 

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London Fashion Week Men's

 

London’s always the place to discover new and upcoming talent. With that said, Ben Sherman never fails to disappoint with Henry Holland at the helm of the labels Creative Direction team. I can be assured to always expect an understated collection with edge paying homage to cool Britannia of the labels DNA.

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London Fashion Week Men's

 

 


An exciting blend of colour and prints takes centre stage for the new collection creating mod rock and roll style with preppy Ivy League looks as versatile pieces.

Firstly, let me mention the setting for staging this season’s catwalk show to my astonishment gave us a clue for expectations coming down the catwalk this afternoon. Could it be Ivy League perhaps? 

 

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The beautiful room housed in Middle Temple reminded me of a Preparatory School like something out of the Gossip Girl Series. I kid you not – was just like St Jude’s film set. It was reminiscent of the school assembly with church organs blaring out in a chapel as the first models emerged down the catwalk. We saw luxury sport’s wear inspired by Ivy League unisex pieces in classic silhouettes evoked young rock and roll icons.

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Favourites include the iconic checks and bold candy stripe resort wear pieces to take you from beach to bar. Striking colour palettes such as cool blues were offset to contrast with hues of silver pink and tomato cream. In addition new signature colours Windsor Wine and Olive Oil make ideal summer statement pieces for vacation.

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New signature colours Windsor Wine and Olive Oil make ideal summer statement pieces for vacation.

Who could forget the unforgettable brass band that marched the models out during the final walk to close the show. This finale paying homage to a very British Theme took guest by surprise as a real treat this afternoon. It was very regal indeed and the show was delightfully and immaculately presented. We just loved it!

 

 

 

 

Editorial Disclaimer: As always, all opinions are my own and I will never promote something I don’t personally support and believe in.  I was an invited guest to the show by the Brand Rep. Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any retailer or brand, and have not been reviewed or endorsed by any of these entities.

THE BEST STREET STYLE LOOKS AT LONDON FASHION WEEK MEN’S

Street style trends spotted on the streets of London Fashion Week Men’s was all about street-wear with showgoers opting for bold styles commanding attention. The Joey Journal took to the capitals streets to showcase the trending looks inspired by the street style seen at London Fashion Week Men’s. Get inspired by the street style looks and how the style set rocked their outfits on the London streets during the menswear shows this season,