Topman Design showed in their elaborate new location at the Royal Opera House this season with tweed, grey tones, and a real heritage feel, introducing an urgent sense of sophisticated masculinity.
Trench coats with faux fur neck lines, leopard print silk shirts, quality satchels, roll necks and short length trousers all added to the rock heritage aesthetic of the show. Featured were heavy brogues, bright paisley shirts and formal oversized chunky knits with an edge that is always expected from the Topman collections.
Let’s not forget the quality, cut and finish and attention to detail which were sublime. As the music transitioned to a darker mood, denim with a slightly higher waist, over sized multi cable knits, suede biker jackets and dense tan leather transcended the collection from mod to rocker, from smart to casual. Glistening boxy t-shirt shapes and cardigans with gold thread glamorized the simple silhouettes, Whilst fur shrugs in earthy reds and sapphire blues presented season appropriate clothing.
A stunning red trench stomped down the catwalk with magnificent attitude. The collection infused a mix of casual tuxedo inspirations; with dinner trousers and silk waistcoats in crisp white. A collection that brings everything a man would want in his wardrobe; that would fit comfortably in any situation and would work with basic staples. Fashionable, on trend, fun and smart. What more could Topman give us? Perfect for winter.
Image credits: photography courtesy of catwalking.com