In Pictures: The Best Street Style From London Fashion Week Men's
London Fashion Week Mens (LFWM) kicks off the start of the menswear show season. In January and June, you barely have time to recover from New Year's eve before shows begin.
London's menswear fashion week is a breeding ground for new talent. Free (and encouraged) to express themseleves artistically, London's shows and presentations swerve from the most traditional of Savile Row tailoring (E Tautz, Hardy Amies, Thom Sweeney) to the avant garde (Charles Jeffrey Loverboy, Rottingdean Bazaar). There's also a healthy dose of of Middle Eastern talent on show, too (Qasimi, Pariah Farzaneh).
As a result of London's avant garde leanings, it also has some of the most progressive street style on display as well. Before the immaculately suited peacocks on show at the Florence menswear tradeshow, Pitti, London's streetwear kids provide a welcome reminder that fashion isn't just about expensive tailoring and luxury goods.
GQ Street style photographer Julien Boudet captured the best street style from outside the London shows. This is GQ Middle East's edit of the week's best looks.