Menswear A/W15 trend report: Kingston

Ever since we laid eyes on the 2015 autumn and winter men's collections at London Collections Men, we’ve been dreaming of the classy cuts, timeless shades and stylish prints that graced the catwalks.

To help make sure you're at the forefront of this season’s trends, we asked Elizabeth Mackirdy and Marion Doory, Menswear Buyers at Fenwick Kingston, for their top autumnal picks… 

Seventies 

EM: "The Seventies are back in the form of outerwear and knitwear in menswear. Filtered down from the catwalks where shearlings were used in a variety of styles, we can see nods to this with Hilfiger Denim in their Sherpa jacket, £175, John Smedley’s Belvoir rollneck, £140, and Levi’s mustard waxed trucker, £115. This is a commercial trend and can easily be worn in autumn/winter, offering an update on the 1970s aesthetic."

Formalwear

Nowadays, clothing brands are taking advantage of technological advances and incorporating them into their fabrics. EM: "The Paul Smith Travel Suit, £730, includes characteristics, such as crease resistance, the ability to repel water and has been constructed in Italy using a high-twist 100% wool yarn. The Travel Suit provides the wearer with complete freedom of movement and the ability to make creases simply fall out before they form – for the modern man, this is a must buy!"

Gone Dotty

MD: "Add some sophisticated fun to your Sartorial Suit with a silk Paul Smith Multi Dot Tie, £85, Paul Smith dotty socks, £17 or a double faced silk wool Polka Mousse scarf, £99. Or lounge around in a pair of micro polka cotton satin pyjamas from Derek Rose, £139."

All items are available at Fenwick Kingston.

By Hanna Ibraheem