With what seems like endless runway shows and presentations this menswear season, the models walking the runways have a change to leave it all on the floor. If success follows them after the London Collection shows, doors for Milan and Paris could soon follow.Here are five of the rising stars who have been dominating the S/S 2016’s menswear scene.
With appearances at Coach, Craig Green, J.W. Anderson, Burberry, Alexander McQueen, and Topman—which he opened—Goss is everywhere this season. Blessed with cheekbones that could cut glass and a generous pout, Goss stands out at every show he walks.
Dashing French newcomer Kevin Cahay first arrived on the scene back in Fall, walking Rick Owens’ now-infamous menswear show and pulling off the collection’s fearless full-frontal looks. Spring finds Cahay opening J.W. Anderson’s menswear collection in a significantly less-revealing ensemble.
Lithe and effortlessly cool, Bom Lee has been a staple throughout the London collections, opening Craig Green’s androgynous show, then going on to do Burberry, Topman, and Casely-Hayford.
Lucas Jayden Satherley
Gap-toothed and full-lipped, Satherley has an androgynous and sensual look that has resonated with some of fashion’s biggest names. Opening Alexander McQueen is no small feat for a brand-new model; neither is appearing in nearly every other big London menswear show, including J.W. Anderson and Coach.
Prada remains the gold standard for launching new models—male and female. After wrapping up an exclusive with the brand last season, Nedergaard is making his way through London’s prestige shows, including Alexander McQueen, J.W. Anderson, and Richard James.