MAN show exhibition in London Fashion Week Day 2 was a rollercoaster of emotions, queer tendencies, genderless models, t-guys, zero f**ks given, in a world where tolerance, respect and democracy is free and just celebrating diversity.
The first to open into this ode to extravaganza ball, designers from Art School in London, presenting a quite diversity queer with t-girls.
Like every year, the irreverent proposal of the MAN men’s fashion platform is present at the fashion week in London, this time, with designers who support inclusion with androgynous designs and transsexual models, which reveal the unification of gender in fashion, as well as the commitment to extra-large sizes and textile wealth of materials such as wool and jacquard.
The second designer was Rottingdean Bazaar with a twisted idea of fashion, glamour and androgynous designs.
Then to close the prevention from new designers at MAN, we have two guys Stefan & Cooke showing their fashion garments to the world:
MAN is the joint initiative between TOPMAN and Fashion East (the non-profit organization established by Lulu Kennedy MBE and the Old Truman Brewery in 2000). MAN spearheaded London Fashion Week’s menswear schedule in 2005 and proudly champions emerging menswear talent.