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"'It is the ninth edition as London Collections: Men. As fashion weeks change and our businesses start showing to consumers, we need to open our doors to more consumer-facing content. Over the next six months, London Collections: Men will embrace London Fashion Week Men's as a title to better engage with a consumer audience'.", news.bgfashion.net
"Day three of London Collections: Men was preoccupied by two distinct and strikingly paradoxical themes; intergalactic dystopia and back-to-work functionality. J.W.Anderson got things rolling with a collection inspired by narrative - particularly that of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s fable The Little Prince where a young boy from outerspace encounters a series of offbeat characters on his journey to Earth, crash-landing in the Sahara Desert.", www.independent.co.uk
"Much of London's menswear scene is focused on establishing how the modern man wants to dress. For Agi & Sam - a young design duo who have been investigating this concept since their inception in 2010 - this means looking to the changing ideas of masculinity to inform their own unique brand of contemporary tailoring.", www.standard.co.uk
"The ninth London Collections: Men is well underway and the creative significance it embodies has never been so evident or for that matter, more important. Launched in 2012, LC:M was established as an indication that menswear, much like it’s female counterpart, deserved to be taken seriously but with an increasing number of designers opting to integrate their men’s and womenswear shows, is the whole idea a little passé?", www.independent.co.uk
"It’s clear that colour is a big question of the upcoming Spring/summer 17 menswear shows, starting today with London Collections Men. Much of it is due to the aftershocks reverberating from Alessandro Michele’s new eye-popping palette at Gucci. The", www.ft.com
"The men’s fashion industry is worth more than £14 billion to the British economy, a report revealed today, as one of the biggest menswear showcases in the world opened in London. The four-day London Collections Men brings leading designers from around the globe to the capital for catwalk shows, events and parties. Its launch coincides with the release of today’s report from the British Fashion Council announcing record figures for the UK industry. The men’s clothing market grew more than womenswear in 2015 and now accounts for 25 per cent of the UK total.", www.standard.co.uk
"The regeneration of Britain's deprived seaside towns reached a peak today when Topman flew a flag for them on the catwalk. Opening the London Collections Men showcase with a show which included sweatshirts, towelling robes and bombers emblazoned with the names of some of the country's best loved resort towns, Topman hailed Margate, Torquay, Southend and Blackpool as its style capitals.", www.standard.co.uk
"Celebrated for its forward thinking fashion London upped its game with spring summer 2017's men's collections. Opening the four day menswear showcase, TOPMAN Design kicked things off with a celebration of Britain's glorious seaside towns where coastal nostalgia served up a bevy of sunburnt beauties.", www.independent.co.uk
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