For the second year running, London hosted from 6 to January 9 male Fashion Week. This time, we had the luxury of seeing the creations of Margaret Howell, a designer who is not swayed by the British eccentricities. For its second edition male London for three days has presented a wide range of artists, from the simplest to the most sophisticated. Margaret Howell noted for its timeless classic.
Comfortable, wearable, and timeless, in three words Margaret Howell gets to define the attributes and the universe of its collection. For 30 years, the creator gives particular care to dimension “wearable” in their collections, and this time surprises us again with some clothes accessible and out of time, the whole costume cozy. The secret? Quality materials used intelligently.
Thus we find some large shirts, lose style, with silk scarves printed patterns that could be for art students. The creator also admits that draws inspiration from the bohemian world of artists and musicians for whom quality of a garment lies in fact that is comfortable.
Another detail which questions, Margaret Howell has appropriated con brio French symbol par excellence: the beret. “Made in France” does not necessarily mean it is made in France, but has been “inspired by France” and this famous covers is king heads of their autumn-winter 2013-2014.
It can be elegantly with a tweed suit, a raincoat wide pockets wool cloth, or with a more casual look, gavroche-style returns to be protagonist, regardless of the passage of time. In short, the style Howell is capable of being modern, while remaining true to the tastes of fashion gentleman, either for students or businessmen, or parent.