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The 5 worst items of the London Men's Fashion Week FW19

From Reebok moccasins to Craig Green's pluriball look

The 5 worst items of the London Men's Fashion Week FW19 From Reebok moccasins to Craig Green's pluriball look

The London Fashion Week has officially opened the dance to a month that will be sure full of revelations for men's fashion. On the calendar there were not big names, but the expectations were high and between minor brands and new arrivals (ICEBERG, in fact, left Milan to debut in English territory) London has managed to be respected and to conquer the fashion world in its own way. But every time the worst things capture the attention more than any successful collection, the negative comments run faster because the quirks make people talk.

"The horrid that attracts" strikes again and for this reason nss offers you the 5 stranger items seen during the last LFW.


Reebok Mocassins by Cottweiler

This model of sneaker-moccasin has obviously caught our attention for its uncertain identity. In the middle ground between the classic British style and the sporty Cottweiler, in collaboration with Reebok, has presented this unexpected shoe, black and green, combined with a not at all unseen socks.



The Craig Green's bubble wrap

A show based on balance of color and fabrics, experimental cuts and over sizes. But what we did not expect was certainly to see models in bubble wrap total look. Probably we diod not see this fabric since 2003, when Helmut Lang showed on his SS catwalk a jacket made of this strange material. 


Cowboy Pikachu 

Bobby-Abley left its mark immediately. Indeed his collection definitely shocked the first day of LFW with a series of Pokémon-themed pieces. Pikachu, with other animated creatures, has been reproduced on garments for an extreme, eccentric and ironic total look. Although the Pokémon sportswear, cowboy hat and amphibians combination does not convince us so much (like also the hair stylist's proposal to opt for a Lil Pump look).


Kiko Kostadinov hair style

Following the hairstyles theme, the choice of Kiko Kostadinov has not been much understood.


The montgomery according to Pronounce

The old duffel coat is back, the iconic garment that the British navy introduced into men's clothing since the 1940s. During the LFW Pronounce offered its female version, long, over and with some slightly exaggerated frogs.



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