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In pictures: London Men’s Fashion Week

  • Rodeo runway

    Time for Stetsons and sharp heels: the influential Topman Design dictates that spring/summer 2014 will be all about the cowboy, with their western-themed show. (Associated Press)

  • Grin and bare it

    Andersen’s runway featured a model wearing an unusually cut top. Useful for displaying perfect torsos perhaps, it might produce unfortunate tan lines. (Getty Images)

  • Going green

    Young fashion designer Astrid Andersen who graduated in 2010 presented a hip-hop inspired collection with soft, feminine fabrics, like this olive number. (Getty Images)

  • Give it a swirl

    Hong Kong designer Kay Kwok describes his style as “forward-thinking prints with men’s tailoring” like this luminous, futuristic coat. (Getty Images)

  • Graphic nature

    Kay Kwok’s models wore a variety of leather looks, from waistcoats to shorts, as well as swirling graphic prints. (AFP/Getty Images)

  • Curl talk

    Models on the Kay Kwok catwalk wore slick, intricate hairstyles reminiscent of both 1940s victory rolls and barristers’ wigs. (AFP/Getty Images)

  • King for a day

    MAN is the Topshop-sponsored talent showcase for three new designers. Bobby Abley’s collection contains fantastical, medieval references. (Associated Press)

  • Kilt-y pleasures

    Alan Taylor’s trademark is the man’s kilt. His collection featured a variety of wool separates in soft greys and pastels, including shorts and long tunics. (Getty Images)

  • All tie-dyed up

    The final MAN designer, Craig Green describes his spring/summer 2014 collection as “based around ideas of chaos, control and illusion.” (Associated Press)

  • Coat of many colours

    Green’s models’ faces were obscured by masks, with some fashioning full-length sculptures, in monochrome or with psychedelic tie-dye effects. (Associated Press)