It was once regarded a fashion sin for a man to tuck his jumper into his trousers but, according to J.W Anderson’s latest collection, it’s now ‘á la mode’.
And jumpers tucked into trousers weren’t the most daring trend on the catwalk either.
The fourth London Collection kicked this morning off in London with the men's Autumn/Winter 2014 show.
And, if we’re to take the catwalk show literally, next winter could see men sporting extreme polo-necks, vibrant patterns and platform shoes.
Male models flawlessly strutted their stuff on the catwalk in two and three-inch platform shoes, a black bucket bag accessorising the majority of the models.
Seventies-inspired patterns adorned the clothes and a few opted for an over-sized mirrored watch.
Jumpers were knee-length, sleeveless and featured over-the-top polo necks.
The ‘piéce de resistance’? An over-sized camel coat that was the envy of the room.
“The high heels might be for a select few, but the camel overcoat is a classic no matter your style,” online editor Nick Carvell told his magazine GQ.