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London Calling: Bringing the Best from Across the Pond to Capsule

July 13, 2015 BY CAPSULE

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When it comes to progressive, forward-thinking design, London’s been dominating the menswear fashion circuit with its great roster of influential, emerging designers. We’re proud to be able to showcase some of the city's best in our London Showcase at Capsule New York.

Baartmans and Siegel

A dynamic luxury label that believes in creating interactive and innovative garments, Baartmans and Siegel is a Dutch/English design duo who were united by their belief in beautiful craftsmanship and imaginative design.

Lou Dalton

One of the few women on London’s menswear scene, Lou Dalton blends the influences from her own life - contemporary classicism and refined tailoring inspired by her working-class roots, as well as her stylish Teddy Boy father.

James Long

A winner of the BFC’s Fashion Forward Award and a NEW GEN fave, James Long is known for his artful manipulation of fabrics and patterns.

Todd Lynn

Lynn creates clothes for the music industry’s elite: Bono, Mick Jagger, and Courtney Love are some of his high profile clients. His eponymous collection fuses a rock and roll attitude with perfect tailoring and casual deconstruction.

Maharishi

Since 1994, Maharishi has defined British streetwear with proprietary military inspired prints and a strong ethos of respect for nature while utilizing the latest technology.

Kit Neale

Known for his colorful statement prints, Kit Neale offers a modern interpretation of British menswear and men’s style.

Sibling

Leopard motifs, Breton stripes and vibrant color have gone beyond aesthetics, becoming integral to the label’s DNA.

Vidur

Influenced by simplistic, fundamental design and an emphasis on the durability and authenticity of materials, Vidur works toward the same aesthetic ideals: a focus on form, fabric and workmanship in order to create timeless, but contemporary garments.