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| January 2019

2019 started with a bang as we welcomed the 13th edition of London Fashion Week Men’s. Unlike its fashion counterparts, renowned for their classic tailoring and traditional designs, London isn’t afraid to break the rules and push boundaries. This season’s Autumn/Winter 2019 Men’s showcase was no different with daring designs and social themes storming the catwalks. With trends transitioning across the design sphere year-on-year, we predict a resurgence of bold colours and daring patterns in 2019’s interiors, similar to that found in our show home, Hamilton Court II.  

Stay tuned as we unveil the top trends observed by our designers at LFWM’s AW19 season:

Androgynous Movement  
As gender boundaries continue to blur, this AW19 Men’s season saw a celebration of inclusivity and self-expression, with leading designers from across the globe pioneering the gender fluid movement with non-binary silhouettes and diverse castings. When curating our luxury interiors and show home’s, our designers incorporate a similar androgynous aesthetic into both the colour palette and bespoke artwork, as seen in one of our recent projects, The Wetherby I.

Futuristic Knit
This season saw the revival of knitwear, with a futuristic twist injected into traditional techniques and colour ways. Intarsia graphics and duplicated patterns were seen on the catwalk of iconic British designer, Oliver Spencer, who incorporated a unison of patterns and stripes resonant with the Art Deco movement. Take a look at how we transitioned this trend into the soft furnishings of the master bedroom within our show home, Hamilton Court I

Keep your eyes peeled over the upcoming year as we portray this season’s newest trends into the design schemes of our luxury interiors and show homes.

London Fashion Week Men’s AW19 ran from the 5th – 7th of January 2019 at the Truman Brewery, 15 Hanbury Street.