The most stand-out street style from London Fashion Week Men’s SS20

s we write this, sun is beginning to shine in Ely’s Yard: the truck-filled, art-marinaded parking lot outside Truman Brewery. AKA: the latest hub for London Fashion Week Men’s. While the forecast had us worried that we’d be reaching for brollies outside every show, it looks like the capital is on our side this weekend, gifting us with plenty of sun to highlight plenty of stylish men.

The Spring/Summer 2020 shows are now in full swing, and the fashion crowds are rapidly descending on London. This morning, Art School kicked off the weekend schedule with a swift return to skirt-oriented looks, Priya Ahluwalia debuted her first collection (made using deadstock – she’s a new designer to watch, FYI), and St James’s took over Jermyn street for the ultimate street party.

Speaking of the streets, there’s a whole load of groundbreaking styles being spotted there too.

East London is no stranger to authentic style, and one swift walk up Brick Lane means you’re bound to spot a fair few fasionistas. This weekend, that status is only being amplified. Enter Robert Spangle – our roving street photographer and the man behind Thousand Yard Style – who’s storming the streets to capture the sharpest looks around. Searching for some style inspiration? You’re bound to find a tip (or ten) here. Be sure to keep checking back over the weekend for the standout street trends as we update this gallery – there’s no better place to gain inspiration, after all.

And for even more of LFWM, catch up on everything you need to know, the designers you should be watching, and for some post-show therapy, the best bars to visit in Shoreditch. Fashion month, we’re ready for you.