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Schedule for London Fashion Week Men’s released

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London Collections: Men is opening for business this January at the Store Studios under its new name, London Fashion Week Men’s.


Photo: BFC


The biannual showcase will present the best of British menswear design with catwalk shows, presentations, the Designer Showrooms and events from 6-9 January 2017.

This season will see some exciting new additions to the show schedule such as Vivienne Westwood’s return to London to present both her men’s and women’s collections. Her show will take place on Monday 9 January at 14:00.

John Lobb and Maharishi are also returning to London with a presentation and a show, respectively.

The trend of presenting womenswear and menswear collections together in one show will continue this January with brands such as Astrid Andersen, Belstaff and Christopher Raeburn following this strategy.

Christopher Raeburn’s show will be held at 17:00 on Sunday, January 8 at the Store Studios, while Belstaff's presentation will take place on Monday, January 9 at 11:00.

This season’s Fashion Week Men’s will be even more consumer facing with a number of designers and brands including Agi & Sam, John Smedley and Barbour selling their collections straight off the catwalk.

Other highlights for January 2017 include shows from Sibling and J.W.Anderson (both on Sunday, January 8), as well as Oliver Spencer (on Saturday, January 7).

This season 180 Strand will remain the sole hub for activity during London Fashion Week Men's. The venue will house the BFC Show Space, the BFC Presentation Space and the Designer Showrooms.

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