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London Collections Men: 5 Trends We'd Love To See Off The Catwalk

14/01/2015 13:06 | Updated 20 May 2015

The Autumn/Winter 2015 London Collections: Men catwalk scene was pretty stellar.

In fact we'd go so far as to say that, this year, the menswear brands we know and love took stand-out style to another level.

London Collections: Men

True - you can't go wrong with a classic Saville Row suit and brogue ensemble but here's five OTT fashion trends we're dying to see guys (normal, everyday, non-model blokes) wear off the catwalk.

Just imagine seeing some of these looks on the high street...

1. Pink faux fur

As seen on the Sibling runway where the vibe was pure pink punk. Fellas, if you want a one-off coat that's both snug and stylish this is your best bet.

Accessories wise, matching is best. And ideally, going for fluoro pink mohair jumpers, slouchy knitwear, sports socks and chelsea boots will complete the look - if you're game, do the whipped wet-look hair too.

2. Fringed cashmere scarves and ponchos

Christopher Bailey sent a fleet of geeky-gorgeous gents down the Burberry catwalk in very smart wares.

The tailored suits were all well and good, but the specs, the sequin separates and heavily fringed throw-ons? Genius.

Burberry

Burberry Prorsum - Mens Fall 2015 Runway - London Menswear Fashion Week

3. Inflatable outerwear

Christopher Raeburn is your man when it comes to innovative, sustainable gear and this collection is one for braving extreme weather conditions and maybe even shark-infested waters.

Inflatable jackets, vests and backpacks are how to do outdoorsy this Autumn/Winter.

Christopher Raeburn: Backstage - London Collections: Men AW15

4. Metallic jacquards

East London's menswear designer Nasir Mazhar took street/sports wear to new realms of luxe with metallic jacquard fabrics seen best across waistcoats and joggers.

The Mazhar man is your modern day Aladdin with tats and hip-hop edge. He's well hot.

NASIR MAZHAR

5. Body kit

Katie Eary's monster mash-up included jumpers, shirts and tees covered in balloon-like inner organs (ribs, intestines and brains).

This was basically one big, bold, bright lobotomy with the headgear to go with. Definitely out there, but definitely doable.

Katie Eary: Runway - London Collections: Men AW15

Katie Eary: Runway - London Collections: Men AW15

Love men's fashion? Flick through this gallery to see some more A/W 2015 London Collections: Men highlights...

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