Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018
London Fashion Week Men’s

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Charles-Jeffrey-Loverboy-Spring-2018

The Glasgow-born designer presented his first stand alone show during London Fashion Week Men’s.

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018. After three seasons on the London Fashion Week Men’s schedule as part of talent incubator Fashion East, Charles Jeffrey presented his first stand alone show yesterday. Jeffrey first hosted his Loverboy parties at Vogue Fabrics in London’s East End as a student studying for a Masters degree in Fashion at Central Saint Martins; his shows and designs have been rooted in the after-hours ever since.

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018
Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018

After-hours tribes past and present

For his stand-alone debut at London Fashion Week Men’s, Charles Jeffrey imagined a vibrant crew of all-British characters from centuries past and present. The frocking on tailored military jackets referenced the resplendent get-ups of Hussar soldiers. Knitted polo shirts with collars askew were the designer’s interpretation of an all-together different type of uniform, seen hanging in the wardrobes of football fans. Buckled trousers in tartan fabrics recalled Vivienne Westwood’s early designs and Punks on 1970s Kings Road; two-piece suits are tailored using acid-washed cloths. Charles Jeffrey’s collection also celebrated London’s long-standing history of collaborations and the collection included headpieces by milliner Noel Stewart, General Eyewear sunglasses and prints produced by fellow Central Saint Martins MA Fashion graduate Richard Quinn.

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Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018
Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018
Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018
Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018
Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018
Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018
Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018
Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018
Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018
Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring 2018