Topman's show was very unexpected, changing up what it's label represented with a modern take on Western inspired themes and precise detailing to create a higher fashion feel. This collection moved away from their safe-zone and played into something more experimental for the label. As established as one of the top retailers for fashion needs in Britain and also emerging in international markets, Topman's diversification in fashion couldn't be more timely. This collection appeals more to the fashion forward and is a showcase of how creative and edgey Topman Design is.
Most notably were of course the silk florals in cleverly structured shirts. These were magnificently stylish. Sewn prints are much more exciting as they create so much more interest in a piece, giving the look texture and style. Don't forget about the bold colours, contrasting panels and solid edges which demanded attention for these looks. Further, the wide pants really took the fashion to another level. I also enjoyed the metallics in the looks. Mirror shades with detailed frames, and the shiny shoes were the sprinkles of future which elevated the show to more than just what you might think is ready-to-wear. The whole show was a whirlwind of mens fashion.
Also, claps for the production team. I love raised runways because it lifts the whole show (quite literally). The shape of the runway was also smart. It was also great to see the models walk around to showcase the look from different angles, once again, making the most out of the textures in the looks.