1. Smiley happy prints at Moschino
Fused with international flags on sweaters, baggy trousers and bomber jackets Jeremy Scott made us chuckle with his debut menswear collection for Moschino. Continuing his tongue-in-cheek theme, Scott created interlocking smiley faces that brought to mind the Chanel logo, trailed Hermes-esque ribbons on denim and played with Louis Vuitton iconic prints. We'll take the 'Fauxschino' sweater with a side order of the Coca Cola pencil case shaped bag, please.
2. DKNY's baseball tops
We may not live in NY. Or even watch baseball. But we want to be on team DKNY in their trimmed baseball jeserys as modelled by Jude Law's son Rafferty. Swoon.
3. Pyjama bottoms at La Perla
Oversized and stripy in silk or cotton, we want our boyfriends to get La Perla's perfect pyjama bottoms just so we can borrow (read: steal) them. They'd make box-set binges on a lazy Sunday look glamourous. Plus rather then dash to the corner shop for a pint of milk, in these we'd happily saunter. And let's be honest, we could totally get away with wearing these to work too. In fact, we'd totally recommend it.
4. Pinstripes at Caseley Hayford
How do you make a pinstripe print look cool? In oversized sweaters, shirt trims and baseball caps a la Caseley Hayford. Fingers crossed the banking world takes note.
5. Japanese vibes at Craig Green
Voluminous silouhettes, trailing laces and body-con wrapping that brought to mind Judo kits all set to the haunting sound of Wim Mertens' "Struggle for Pleasure" and Enya's "Caribbean Blue" made many showgoers at his solo debut show teary-eyed. Remember the name. He's going to be huge.
6. Raf Simon's photographic shirts
On simple cut shirts in fawn, plum and navy blue Simon's placed polaroid shaped photographs in place of the usual pocket. Taken from his personal collection, our favourite is the one of his parents taken over 55 years ago. Awww.
By Chloe Mac Donnell