Friday 26 May 2017

Lego brick masks grab fans at men's edition of London Fashion Week

Paul, left, and Peter Allimandi of Bwoywonder wearing their self-made Lego masks
Paul, left, and Peter Allimandi of Bwoywonder wearing their self-made Lego masks

Lego brick masks and a strong presence of the colour orange grabbed the attention of fashion fans as models took to the catwalk for the men's edition of London Fashion Week.

Handmade Lego designs by Bwoywonder were modelled outside Topman's opening show at The British Fashion Council's London Collections at Ambika P3 at the University of Westminster, London.

Famous faces including Dermot O'Leary, Dougie Poynter, Nick Jonas, Douglas Booth, Tinie Tempah and Chloe Green were spotted in the front row of the Topman show, which featured a generous spattering of orange designs in its autumn collection.

Nasir Mazhar's garage, grime and dance hall-inspired headgear was also showcased on day one of the four-day event, which will reveal pieces by Alexander McQueen, Burberry and Barbour, as well as up and coming designers.

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