FASHION: London Collections: Men, 12th-15th June

London Collections: Men begins on 12th June and is running for 4 days over the weekend, with 10 events open to the public. To watch a live and unticketed catwalk show, head to Jermyn Street on Saturday 14th June. For the release of House of Holland’s first menswear collection head to Selfridges, and wander down Duke Street to take advantage of discounts in four major stores as part of the “Duke Street Fashion Crawl”.

LCM has become the event to showcase both creative and emerging talent in the menswear industry, as well as showing work from the designers that nurtured the British menswear scene. To make note of the schedule of events, visit the official website-

There is a menswear committee that organises the long weekend of events, chaired by Dylan Jones OBE, the editor of men’s fashion and lifestyle magazine GQ. Jones has also been the editor of iD magazine, and has a rich history contributing to the success of menswear fashion in Britain and around the world, having been presented with an OBE in June 2013 for his astounding contributions to the fashion industry and publishing. Other members of the committee include Christopher Bailey MBE from Burberry and David Lauren of Ralph Lauren, so they can be trusted to be showcasing some of the most exciting work to introduce the season.

London Collections: Men was introduced into London Fashion Week in summer 2012, and has been inspiring the industry ever since- we’re excited to see this season’s offerings. Below is the finale of the Burberry show from LCM A/W 15, and we hope for the same insightful designs this year!

The London Collections: Men S/S16 shows begin with Topman at 12:00 on Friday 12th June.

Burberry AW 15 LCM

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