The men’s shows at London Fashion Week are home to some of the coolest emerging streetwear brands. For spring ’18, we saw labels debut a variety of sneaker styles, from purposely distressed styles to sleeker, dressier versions.
On the dressier side, highlights include Dunhill’s new suede low-tops. The British luxury brand’s new collection includes colored suede styles in unexpected shades of teal and lavender. Equally as refined are Richard James’ suede low-tops with leather laces, which are finished in a neutral beige. (Yes, you can wear these with a suit.)
But it wouldn’t be a sneaker trend without some cooler, grungier styles. A-Cold-Wall showed a DIY version of Nike Air Force One sneakers, which were dip-dyed and splattered with paint. (They were yesterday’s Shoe of the Day, which you can read about here). Kiko Kostadinov’s new collection, shown below, includes neon yellow runners that have a purposely dirtied finish.
Other sneaker standouts include Cottweiler and Reebok’s new collaboration styles. The collection includes zip-front neoprene sneakers in pastel shades of orange and yellow.
For more sneakers, click through the gallery.
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