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London Fashion Week Men’s: The Best Shoe Collaborations

London Fashion Week Men’s has developed into a platform for experimental thinkers with a flair for pushing boundaries. Designers participating in the event are best known for challenging gender norms, pushing the sustainability agenda forward and embracing a collaborative spirit in the name of creativity.
Here, FN rounds up the best footwear collaborations spotted on the catwalk during the 3-day event.
Christopher Raeburn x Timberland
Christopher Raeburn is committed to using sustainability as “a creative coat of arms.” For spring, he teamed with Timberland to rework its logo in a modern way. He did so with cool black and white sneakers that featured the logo of the heritage brand under big Velcro straps and bright red laces tied around the shoes. “It was about deconstructing Timberland pieces from the ’80s using new materials like organic cotton and linen — and of course, amazing shoes which is very important,” the designer said backstage.

Daniel W. Fletcher x Christian Louboutin

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Daniel W. Fletcher x Christian Louboutin
It was a big season for up-and-coming designer Daniel W. Fletcher, who opened London Fashion Week Men’s with his debut catwalk show. Always known for his outspoken politicized nature, Fletcher chose to rework traditional men’s wear codes in a bid to

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