Iceberg Menswear 2020 Pays Homage to British Culture

Iceberg Menswear 2020 Pays Homage to British Culture

Iceberg debuted their Menswear 2020 collection, a bright fanfare of neon brights and pop art prints with a streetwear feel, in London on Friday.

Iceberg debuted their Menswear 2020 collection, a bright fanfare of neon brights and pop art prints with a streetwear feel, in London on Friday.

Text: Erin McDowell

Iceberg debuted their Menswear 2020 collection, a bright fanfare of neon brights and pop art prints with a streetwear feel, in London on Friday. The collection featured everything the designer and creative director James Long has become known for in the fashion arena — wearable pieces with a punk edge and just the right amount of camp.

Bright colored track pants and jackets were a staple on the runway. Meanwhile, denim suits and sweaters in a series of eye-catching prints and cartoon references brought elements of fun to the runway. Painter and Pop Art icon Peter Blake, one of the artists behind The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover, provided many of the prints featured in the collection. The collection was undeniably an irreverent nod to British culture. Meanwhile, goth-influenced elements like chain belts and necklaces kept the collection true to the brand's signature disruptive style.

To view the entire Iceberg Menswear 2020 collection, click through the slideshow below.

Credits: Images via Vogue Runway

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