Liam Hodges Fall/Winter 2019 London

Designer Liam Hodges presents at London Fashion Week an inspired collection in his travel to the future and illuminating UFO’s over the beach sand.


The full presentation of menswear happened in London Fashion Week.

Psychedelia applied in the masterful use of color: this is how Liam Hodges seduces with his Fall/Winter 2019 collection at the London fashion week, with digital prints from head to toe, traditional combinations such as blue and white and the use of Neon tonalities as part of the new digital camouflage of futuristic fashion.

British born, London based, Liam Hodges has interest in ‘an expressive, polysyllabic masculinity’. His brand has been labeled a luxury brand for the mad and bad ones who are desirous of everything and those who foresake conformity everyday not just at the weekend. Signature Liam Hodges means wide silhouettes, patch working, hard wearing workwear and sportswear; influences drawn from modern male subcultures, English paganism, Hip-Hop skatewear, UK streetwear and Post-Punk. 

Liam graduated from London’s Royal College of Art in 2013 after studying menswear under the tutorage of stylist Simon Foxton. In 2014 Liam debuted a collection for Fashion East before gaining catwalk sponsorship under the prestigious Topman backed MAN show for three seasons. Spring/Summer 18 will see Liam’s fourth standalone show thanks to NEWGEN sponsorship.

Liam Hodges has won the support of titles including: Another Man, Dazed & Confused, i-D, Interview, VMAN, GQ Style, Vogue Japan, WGSN, Vogue Italia, Hypebeast, Complex, SHOWstudio, Novembre, The Guardian and Sang Bleu and his designs have been worn by the likes of Drake, P.Diddy, FKA Twigs, Danny Brown and Big Sean.

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To see more of the highlights of Liam Hodges you can visit Instagram: @liamhodges.

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