The ‘northern soul’ collection was set to a 70s vibe of soul, Motown and rock and roll. Men’s crops were styled in teddy boy fashion, with jackets accessorised with velvet bow ties, chequered and houndstooth blazers, clashing with brown or red trousers.
The coats were the most covetable part of the collection, the classic shearling was given sharp tailoring, crisp white shirts were the focus of each outfit, often layered with grey or red woolen vests. Post show male mutters revealed that the double breasted chequered coat was a must have.
Breakdancing, pirouettes, two step, splits on roller skates and windmills all performed with a very unamused complexion, really bought the collection to life, although even Jessie J’s stylist, Connie Yates, admitted the dancing went on for a little bit too long.
With a frow of a Reggie and Cobbie Yates and international model David Gandy, Nutters of Saville Row and Peter Worth cemented themselves as the stylish gentleman’s choice, minus the dance moves.
Words: Tania Willis | Follow: @RoseyTan