Men’s Pants 2020 Fashion Collection by London College of Fashion

The collection featured below was made by 26-year-old fashion designer Harikrishnan and it’s his graduate collection as part of London College of Fashion’s MA degree show. Hopefully, these pants will become mainstream male fashion. We would love to see men all around the world wear inflatable latex pants daily. Are you man enough to fill these pants? Leave the answer in comments below!

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

Are you man enough to fill these pants?

78 thoughts on “Men’s Pants 2020 Fashion Collection by London College of Fashion”

  1. I’ve never seen models look so genuinely miserable! But I do like the white ones that look like a set of low hanging balls…..lol

  2. The ‘passionate’ ladies won’t date me, cause I was born with terribly small knees.

  3. I really likethe lookof the pants, ofcourse you wont c this on the streats, its not wearable. But its fun to watch.

  4. if they put the inflatable part near the back you could always have a place to sit. they could use them in a pool or ocean as a buoy. I would not be seen in these. I would not date a man who wore these.

  5. Stupidest thing yet. What is wrong with these so called fashion designers. They are not making things that can actually be worn by real people in society.

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