What a crazy three days London Collections: Men AW14  was this year! twenty-three shows in three days, more units of coffee and ‘other forms of refreshment than a person should have and a very tired me buy the end of it.

But London didn’t disappoint, the designers brought their A-game  and some amazing collections were shown, proving why London truly is the mecca of menswear.

I was lucky enough to spend the three days both behind the scenes and in front of the catwalks. So here are some of my favourite moments from the LCM AW14.

Topman Design offered us the just rained on look

Topman Design offered us the just rained on look

James Long played with Fudges Paint Box colours for a 3D lego hair look

James Long played with Fudges Paint Box colours for a 3D lego hair look

Dont worry, you wont have to start paiting your face, this was just KTZs urban-arctic look

Don’t worry, you won’t have to start paiting your face, this was just KTZ’s urban-arctic look

Bumble and Bumbles waxes were favoured by stylists across many of the collections

Bumble and Bumbles waxes were favoured by stylists across many of the collections

A model gets his curl on during LCM

A model gets his curl on during LCM

Bumble and Bumble made sure the boys at Jonathon sunaders were sleek and sharp with their Michael Clark 90s-inspired partings

Bumble and Bumble made sure the boys at Jonathon sunaders were sleek and sharp with their Michael Clark 90s-inspired partings

Feminine styles were given masculine twists with gritter, matte-dry finishes at Astrid Anderson

Feminine styles were given masculine twists with gritter, matte-dry finishes at Astrid Anderson

It was a contrast of textures, real and fake at Joseph Turvey

It was a contrast of textures, real and fake at Joseph Turvey

It was all about messy at the top and sleek at the bottom at Lou Dalton

It was all about messy at the top and sleek at the bottom at Lou Dalton

It was all hands on deck across LCM

It was all hands on deck across LCM

It was business at the front and party in the back at Lee Roach

It was business at the front and party in the back at Lee Roach

Long shiny locks at Astrid Adnersen

Long shiny locks at Astrid Adnersen

The guys at Fudge provided many of the shows styling products

The guys at Fudge provided many of the shows styling products

The model's channeled the 90s at Lou Dalton with off-centre partings and textured, pulled forward fringes using Fudge Urban products.

The model’s channeled the 90s at Lou Dalton with off-centre partings and textured, pulled forward fringes using Fudge Urban products.

Through out LCM makeup was kept simple - it was about looking your natural best

Through out LCM makeup was kept simple – it was about looking your natural best

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Written by Neil Thornton
London-based coffee drinker. Editor by day, blogger by whatever time he finds spare.