The Value of Fashion report at the opening ceremony revealed the men's clothing market in UK grew by 1.4 per cent in 2015 to reach £14.1billion.
The show schedule features shows and presentations by internationally acclaimed brands including Belstaff, Coach and Topman Design. Luxury tailoring will be represented by Hardy Amies, Richard James and Thom Sweeney. Jermyn Street, St James's will host a public facing open air catwalk featuring over 30 St James's based brands.
This season will witness 32 catwalk shows, 25 presentations, 55 designers in the designer showrooms, 5 digital presentations and 21 brands hosting events.
“London continues to confirm its place as the home of menswear, a hub of creativity showing the very best designers to a global audience. The menswear market showing in London incorporates not only internationally acclaimed brands but also luxury tailoring and emerging talent. This array of designers makes London one of the most exciting fashion cities in the world, “Dylan Jones, chairman, London Collections Men. (HO)
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