Rip-offs at 2017 #LFW: Men's 


What I've been doing for the last couple of hours was browsing the London Men's collections at  this website - londonfashionweek.co.uk
And I found out at least three designer names (apart from J.W.Anderson) over there  who shamelessly copied some high-end brands. Maybe you'll make a research too and find some more examples of plagiarism at the London Fashion Week: Men's. I'm not hating, just wondering. My opinion is highly subjective & I'm maybe mistaken so feel free to correct me in the comments below. Though there's nothing new about bootlegging and appropriation within fashion world. 


Cottweiler & Prada

Haven't we already seen feathers and "modern & very now approach" in translating globetrotting theme into rucksacks plenty of straps & belts, nylon pieces, harnesses straps & so on at Prada Menswear 2017?  

Photo via http://www.londonfashionweek.co.uk

Photo by Virginia Arcaro via dazeddigital.com

J.W. Anderson & Maurice Chabale Design 

I'm flattered by the fact that my thoughts on design collided with the genius of Jonathan Anderson who is one of my favorite designers.

Photo via catwalking.com


Maison Mihara Yasuhiro & Pirosmani

After several seasons in Paris, Milan & Tokyo Japanese brand Maison Mihara Yasuhiro returned to London fashion scene with a new collection which totally reminded me of infamous "Stendhal Syndrome" collection by Russian brand PIROSMANI

Photo via catwalking.com


Photo via pirosmani.info



Bobby Abley & Coach 

Bobby Abley, darling, 'dino' print has already become a trademark of Coach just in case. 



Photo via nycrecessionista.com
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