Fashion, as it tends to do, has moved on. It has been whisked away from New York and has set up camp in London, where British designers are now showing their collections for editors and buyers. The collections, by and large, are women-centric from this point on, but when cutieJonathan Saunders showed his runway offerings, he gave the boys a quick thrill by presenting a limited number of men's looks (and although many people are reporting that it was his menswear debut, they're wrong -- he showed clothing for boys once back in 2004). So what is Saunders' vision for his masculine customer? Well, incredibly similar to his ideas for women. This season, he balanced a more tailored, demure silhouette with his signature use of bright, peppy colors and prints. What that translated into for boys was knitwear with tropical patterns of florals, leaves and birds in cerulean, aquamarine, blindingly bright oranges and the like. It may only be a handful of looks now, but it gives us hope that Saunders will be expanding his popular line to be more inclusive of his male admirers.
For a look at the complete collection, click here.