A clever slice of understated detail from Lou Dalton. This simple, perfectly cut cotton shirt gets a little sporty around the shoulders with the addition of black mesh panels. Bonus, ‘in-shirt ventilation system,’ perfect for warm weather, the kind of… Lou Dalton Spring Summer 2013 Mesh Panel Shirt is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
The Working Wardrobe–Lou Dalton opened the London Collections: Men fall/winter 2013 season with a new range strong on winter tailoring and workwear. Double-breasted coats and jackets in a boxy silhouette [...]
London Collections: Men returns, three days of menswear happenings, the schedule packed out with plenty of our favourites. First up, Lou Dalton. As demonstrated in past collections, Dalton’s strength lies in her ability to combine the rigidity of traditional uniforms… Lou Dalton Fall Winter 2013 Collection is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
Since launching her own line in 2005, Lou Dalton has refined a well crafted reputation for rebellious English sportswear with a keen eye for and attention to detail whilst establishing herself as the real shining starlet of British Menswear. Show More Summary
With the U.S. launch of the Menswear Rules Britannia t-shirt collection from The NewGen Men designers—James Long, Katie Eary, Lou Dalton, Sibling, and Christopher Shannon—and Topman, some British talent gets some statewide exposure.Show More Summary
Today marked the start of London Collections: Men and unfortunately I had to watch and cheer on from the discomfort of my sick bed as the mouth watering lineup of Lou Dalton, Topman Design, Martine Rose, Spencer Hart and Oliver Spencer dazzled. Show More Summary
Fashion’s New Pastime –Lou Dalton kicked off the London Collections: Men with a relaxed and youthful collection for the spring/summer 2013 season. Baseball style tops were layered under suit jackets, [...]
Friday, June 15, 2012 10:00 am Lou Dalton 11:00 am Hackett London 12:00 pm Topman Design 1:00 pm Joseph Abboud 2:00 pm Martine Rose 3:00 pm Oliver Spencer 4:00 pm [...]
Some more editorial action from USED. Following up from the superb Marilyn shoot, this story takes on some of our favourite designers, giving them a little dark, mystical remix. Lou Dalton, Paul Smith, James Long, Acne, Christopher Shannon and Bottega Veneta all feature among other solid names. Photographer: Brendan & Brendan, Stylist: Rebecca Sammon. Flick [...]Show More Summary
Denim Identity –Launching April 5, 2012, the latest design collaboration from Topman to debut is the Denim Jacket Project. Looking to several of their favorite designers, Topman enlists Lou Dalton, Katie Eary, Shaun Samson and...
Back in time for a moment. Before we snuck a peek at happenings Backstage and reported goings on at her London Fashion Week show, we paid a visit to Designer Lou Dalton’s E1 studio. Still preparing for her Autumn/Winter 2012 collection, she gave us a tour of where it all goes down and a look [...] This article originally appeared on Selectism.com. Studio Visit | Lou Dalton
Having been talked through Lou Dalton's design process and inspirations for AW12 my appetite for the show was certainly whet. In fact, I would say that I was positively starving as I waited for hearty sartorial feast that she'd serve up of Menswear Day. Show More Summary
You’ve seen front now head on back. A close-up look at some of the fine Autumn/Winter 2012 styles produced by Lou Dalton, as we get caught up in the hangers and hairclips backstage at the Portico Show Space, Somerset House. Click for more Photography: Ross Trevail/Selectism.com (...)Read the rest of Backstage | Lou Dalton Autumn/Winter 2012 (1 words) © [...]Show More Summary
Autumn/Winter 2012 from Lou Dalton. A military inspired collection full of cable knits, light denim, short suits, quilting, check shirts, Harris Tweed and as always with Lou Dalton, elements of workwear. The collection story is one of love during wartime and country garms with an added kick from Dr Martens boots. “The Protagonist is a conscripted [...]Show More Summary
Lou Dalton's pursuit of well crafted menswear began in her home county of Shropshire when she left school at sixteen to take an apprenticeship in pattern cutting. Inspired by this world of traditional menswear she then completed a masters degree in menswear from the Royal College of Art, before launching her own line in 2005. Show More Summary
The folks at Crane TV invite us into the world of British designer Lou Dalton. We’ve been fans of Lou’s work for quite some time now so we’re more than happy to hear the lady chat influences, her beginnings in the industry and the man she imagines when putting pencil to paper. This article originally appeared [...]Show More Summary
Casual Formalities–Continuing a shimmering trend in London, Lou Dalton hits the catwalk with varying proportions, accented by silver. Undressing tradition, a formal foot forward coincides with a refined casualness. As blazers are paired with t-shirts for a sporty spring look, light-weight structured outerwear competes with…
Stuff your Supreme store openings, today’s menswear day! And everyone knows streetwear is just fashion for the insecure anyway. One of our standouts from today is Lou Dalton, who made a collection stuffed full of great, wearable coats, blazers and some Swarovski crystal covered t-shirts that only Ray J could afford. You know he’s got [...]Show More Summary
Lou Dalton kicks off Spring 2012. The new collection pulls inspiration from two “contrasting” themes: the “the harshness and desperation of the 1984 Miners’ Strike, and Matthew Bourne’s menacing male ensemble in Swan Lake. Yet both are symbolic struggles, whether it be the demise of the National Union of Miners, or the rise of the [...]Show More Summary