Magnetic forces clasp together blazers and cardigans in this collection truly inspired by the forces and energies of our galaxy. The show started with Andriod-esque creams and earthy colours, with a strong focus on (very) deep v-necks and tunic panelled tops. The second half of the show was a lot more colourful as a supernova of purples and reds created swirling patterns and stripes across the garments. Other key features include plastic breast plates and iridescent petrol coloured fabric.
The futuristic theme runs through many of the shows seen on the opening day of London Collections: Men, from the clinical sci-fi in Lou Dalton to the quirky sportswear in Astrid Anderson. Other themes emerging from the first day are seventies tailoring in Jonathan Saunders and embroiderd silk shirts on the Topman catwalk.
Kwok’s show is the second show presented by GQ China at London Collections: Men, representing the growing importance of Chinese menswear and the prominence of London as a destination for international designers to showcase their work.