The keyword of the London Collections Men for next FW2016 is definitely “over”: no matter if it’s (too) long or (too) wide, for next winter the male body takes its space and is lost in an oversized fit. From the satin suit inspirited by pajamas of the Northern Irish designer JW Anderson, winner of the Designer Award for both Menswear and Womenswer at the last Fashion Awards, to the stretched white shirt by Alexander McQueen who makes his return to London with a collection that explores the evolutionary theme of Darwin.

Christopher Kane focuses on denim, maxi with details of fluorescent color, while for the British duo Mdumulla Agi and Sam Cotton the man needs a comfortable uniform;  you can feel a military mood in the jackets boxy on the shoulders, in the color palette and in the overdose of pockets placed everywhere.

Here are our favorite parts of the FW16:

Christopher Kane

Christopher Kane

Agi & Sam

Agi & Sam

Agi & Sam