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How to look hot in the freezing cold

January 13, 2016 15:33 IST
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Top winter looks straight off the runway, to keep you warm and stylish.

The recently concluded London Collections: Men Fall/Winter 2016 took menswear fashion to a new level.

From menswear staples, lumberjack shirts, pea coats to men's sportswear, the latest collection had it all.

The four-day event was dotted by celebrity attendees.

Here's everything that transpired at the high-end fashion week.

Time to move over David Beckham, girls!

Make way for his dashing 16-year-old son Brooklyn Beckham who made a sharp statement in a Burberry tee, black pea coat and ripped skinny jeans paired with black Yeezy boots at the show.

Photograph: Gareth Cattermole/ Getty Images

British fashion model Jourdan Dunn upped the glam quotient and how!

Looking gorgeous in an emerald green thigh high slit dress, Miss Dunn effortlessly stole the limelight from the boys.

Photograph: Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images

And model Amber Amberson made a splash in a sexy black sheer ensemble teamed with a coat and meshed peep toes.

Photograph:  Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images

Meanwhile UK-born actor Jude Law's son Rafferty Law kept it simple and sleek in a black polo and grey trousers.

Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Reuters

Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis, the 20-year old son of actor Daniel Day-Lewis who has found success as a model and musician, channelled Burberry style in a beige rain coat.

Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Reuters

As for the winter collection, Burberry offered plenty of lessons in smart winter dressing.

Like the a classic knitwear modelled above could keep you warm while you step up in style.

Photograph: Tristan Fewings/ Getty Images

Sudden drop in the temperature? These faux fur trench coats from Burberry will help you beat the cold.

Photograph: Neil Hall/ Reuters

London-based fashion label KTZ showed how metrosexual men can look dapper in oversized sunnies!

Don't you want one like this?

Photograph: Neil Hall/ Reuters

Alexander McQueen explored nature through sharp suiting printed with Darwinian inspired sketches and delicate butterflies adorned lapels.

Photograph: Neil Hall/ Reuters

Label Sibling's collection gave a twist to winter sportswear with oversized knitted gloves and hand-knit punching bags.

Photograph: Neil Hall/ Reuters

British high street favourite Topman featured models in oversized wearable coats. And some had prints on them too. 

Photograph: Neil Hall/ Reuters

Layers on layers -- Topman's slouchy knitwear undoubtedly takes us back to college days.

Photograph: Neil Hall/ Reuters

We also spotted the classic cut Burberry suit (on the left) and Tiger of Sweden's sharp worker jackets in moody shades. Which one would you pick?

Photograph: Tristan Fewings/ Getty Images (Image on the left) 

Neil Hall/ Reuters (Image on the right)

Just in case you were wondering, Burberry did not miss out on its signature plaid print... albeit this time it's grey, black and white instead of red, black and tan check!

Photograph: Tristan Fewings/ Getty Images

Burberry also paid homage to late 'Style king' David Bowie when a model walked in with his name written on her palms.

What do you think of the collection? Tell us!

Photograph: Neil Hall/ Reuters 

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