What Went Down At London Men's Fashion Week Spring Summer 2017
Danish winner from 2014 Nina Marker walked at the Bobby Abley show alongside Jason Ellis. The collection drew inspiration from the fairytale Aladdin
Happy birthday Serge!
It was Serge Rigvava's birthday right in the middle of the London shows. He turned 18! Serge won Elite Model Look for Austria in 2014 - on social media, it looked like he celebrated on Saturday night with his model mates from the 2014 Final, Bertie Pearce and Nina Marker
Simon Jorgensen, Top 5 at the World Final last November, walked in the showcase for new designer Fen Chen Wang. He walked three shows in total over the weekend.
Boy in leather
Matthew Bell also participated in the Belstaff presentation, wearing a leather top, leather trousers and leather gloves.
Another star from the 2014 World Final, Nigeria's Mayowa Nicholas was one of the few girls selected to be part of the Belstaff presentation.
Alistair Waterfield wore an all-blue outfit at Margaret Howell. See his street style portraits and interview with photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce here.
Get in the frame
Victor Ndigwe who also won Elite Model Look in Nigeria in 2014, was part of the Pieter presentation, wearing an open shirt and shorts.
Fresh from the runway
Rising star of the Elite New Faces board Yasmin Wijanldum booked an exclusive for Coach - here, she poses outside the show with Jeong Yongsoo. Yasmin also just appeared in the brand's Resort 2017 look book.
Bertie Pearce wore white for tailors Hardy Amies at the presentation in their shop, while Victor Ndigwe wore black.
Saskia Buda, who participated in Elite Model Look in Romania, poses backstage at the Christopher Raeburn show.