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Models Who Walk Among Us

And in case you’re not on Instagram, David Gandy was out in force, doing his dapper thing and doing it well.

Coach Presentation

Coach’s first men’s runway show was dominated by neon patterns (like the 80s workout rage crashed into last year’s camo trend)—easily one of the event’s most photogenic elements.

Diego Vanassibara Shoes

And the award for Loudest Shoes That You’ll Actually Wear goes to: Diego Vanassibara for these multicoloured Oxford brogue iterations.

Dsquared2 and Bryan Adams

Dean and Dan Caten, along with fellow patriot Bryan Adams, get a little playful for the cameras at their 20th anniversary bash.

Jeremy Piven Arriving to a Dsquared2 Party

Jeremy Piven goes full Ari Gold in a burgundy tux with big ‘ol lapels.

Jimmy Choo Presentation

Jimmy Choo caught some air (the kids are still catching air, no?) with their new active-wear-inspired demo in a custom built indoor skate park manned with models-cum-professional athletes.

Belstaff Presentation

This year’s Belstaff looked like a promo for Jurassic World…in the best way possible. Safari coats and loose leathers to keep you cool in the desert.

Paul Smith Presentation

Last year Paul Smith looked to gymnasts to demonstrate the flexibility of their travel suits. This year it was BMX riders. Different activity. Same statement.

Samuel L Jackson After the Burberry Show

Samuel L Jackson showed up at Burberry, which was a bit surprising, but not at all disappointing. He nails this bright, colourful and patterned look without giving up on his signature driver’s cap.

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These guys prove that whether you’re dressed up or dressed down, the right accessories—like a hat, sunglasses, pouch or classic watch—can pull together any outfit. Also, who said the beard was dead?

Turnbull and Asser Presentation

You can’t get any more quintessentially British than this cup-and-saucer-pattern evening jacket from Turnbull and Asser, who are celebrating 130 years of fitting Britain’s best dressed—including members of the Royal Family.

Topman Runway Show

Topman’s runway collection had shades of 80s punk (Disco Sucks!), modernized by busy patterns and the ‘athleisure’ trend. Say hello to the return of the tracksuit.


Photos courtesy of Topman

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