Famous for his signature outsized tailoring; Austrian designer Raimund Berthold wowed the crowds at London Collections Men again, with his aptly named Autumn Winter Collection: Drowning.
A sartorial exploration of volume and shelter, the collection specifically uses a selection of robust materials such as rubber, designed to cover and protect.
Using a dark, simple and uncomplicated colour palette of blacks, charcoals and greys, with an odd pop of sunsetting orange - the collection focuses on form, silhouette, shape and fit; in the typical utilitarian fashion that Berthold has become known for.
These clothes are not for the fashion conscious man, these clothes are for the inventive, bold and unconventional man who wants to stand out from the crowd thanks to his unique sense of clothing being an art that encases the body.
The pieces are dramatic, strong, hardy and weather proof, while also maintaining a softness, with cotton scarfs and jerseys and the lining of jackets.
Photographs of the presentation by Nyla Sammons