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134 designers to participate at London Collections: Men
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Jun '13
London Collections: Men (LC: M) will showcase the best of British menswear 16-18th June 2013. 134 designers will participate in shows, presentations, installations and events, celebrating the creative and commercial importance of the British menswear industry.

There will be 30 shows, 22 presentations, 36 onsite showrooms, 21 on schedule events and 3 official show venues at LC: M SS14. Domenico Dolce, Stefano Gabbana and Dylan Jones, chair of London Collections: Men, will open the SS14 season with an event on Saturday 15th June.

Burberry will show their mainline menswear collection in London after more than 10 years showing in Milan, joined by internationally acclaimed brands rag & bone, Jimmy Choo and Pringle of Scotland who show in London for the first time this June.

Rising stars Seven of London’s brightest emerging talents will receive NEWGEN, sponsored by TOPMAN, support. Agi & Sam, Astrid Andersen and Nasir Mazhar join Lee Roach, Martine Rose, Matthew Miller and Shaun Samson to complete the NEWGEN MEN line-up this June. Christopher Raeburn and Sibling join Lou Dalton in receiving Fashion Forward sponsorship for SS14, and all three will show highly anticipated collections on the catwalk at Victoria House. Fashion Forward is sponsored by eBay Fashion and supported by the Mayor of London.

London: The Home of Menswear History & Heritage : The British Fashion Council (BFC) commissioned a V&A study which explores the history of British menswear and seals London’s reputation as the historical home of menswear. From dandy to wellington boots, the study travels in time from 1528 to present day, identifying ten iconic styles that originated in Britain and have become mainstays in international menswear. The study will be accompanied by a menswear heritage map of London to be launched on Tuesday 18th June by the Mayor of London.

Designer Showrooms 36 British menswear designers will participate in the Designer Showrooms at the Hospital Club and Victoria House. This season sees the Designer Showrooms focus on a working environment to engage the international audience who visit London for menswear, providing an edited selection of emerging talent through to the more contemporary and heritage brands. Daily events will take place at the Designer Showrooms, providing press and buyers an opportunity to meet the designers and discuss the SS14 collections.

MAN & Fashion East Installations Considered the seedbed of London’s most promising menswear talent, Fashion East introduces an exciting edit of ones to watch and will host Meadham Kirchhoff’s menswear presentation for the third season. MAN, the joint initiative between TOPMAN and Fashion East returns to the catwalk this June to champion three menswear talents: Craig Green returns for a second season joined by newcomers Bobby Abley and Alan Taylor. The Fashion East Installations take place on Tuesday 18th June where fresh new talent Liam Hodges joins returning designers Kit Neale, Joseph Turvey and art director Tom Ryling.


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