The Fall Winter 2020-21 Men’s catwalk season has begun, starting in London at The Truman Brewery, Spitalfields. The venue hosted both the BFC runways and the DiscoveryLAB presentation area, where emerging designers are given the opportunity to present their latest collections to key industry players.

A Sustainable Future

Sustainability took centre stage with the British Fashion Council’s Positive Fashion initiative showcasing designers such as Bethany Williams, Nicholas Daley, Ahluwalia and Bianca Saunders whose contributions are creating a more sustainable future for fashion.

Image: Bethany Williams Fall Winter 2020-21

The strong sustainable thread also ran through collections including E. Tautz and MÜNN whose use of recycled fabrications and eco-conscious ethea are helping them to reduce their impact on the environment.

Image: E. Tautz Fall Winter 2020-21

Emerging Designer Debuts

Robyn Lynch, Kaushik Velendra and Pacifism where among the new faces invigorating London’s talent pool in their debut season.

Menswear MA Graduate from the University of Westminster, Robyn Lynch launched her own label in 2018 and her FW20 collection payed homage to the memories of her upbringing in Dublin, Ireland. Pushing the boundaries of tailoring, Kaushik Velendra used innovative constructions and distinctive detailing to carve out his own unique aesthetic while Pacifism, founded by Talal Hizami in 2018, focused on pieces that blur the lines between street and formalwear.

Image: Robyn Lynch Fall Winter 2020-21

The Genderless Generation

Italian fashion powerhouse Diesel previewed a selection of their capsule collaboration with designer brand Pronounce during London Fashion Week Men’s. Pronounce’s genderless aesthetic was reflected in the first 18 unisex pieces with the entire collection going on show at Shanghai Fashion Week in March.

Image: Diesel x Pronounce Fall Winter 2020-21

Discover all the shows that took place during London Fashion Week Men’s on the Trendstop site here.