Thursday, 15 January 2015 17:35

London Collections: Men 2015

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Friday 9th January marked the official start of the London Collections: Men. With brands such as Topman, Coach, Barbour and Todd Lynn showcasing their latest fashions, this fashion week only gets bigger and better.
LCM-HeaderThe Autumn/Winter 2015 fashion shows are always an important fixture on the fashion calendar, with the men's collections taking centre stage in recent years. Sunday sees the likes of Moschino, Alexander McQueen and JW Andersen do what they do best, followed by Tom Ford, Burberry and Paul Smith on Monday. But the news which everyone is talking about is the return of John Galliano. Now the creative director of Maison Martin Margiela, Galliano will show his first womens couture collection on Monday 12th January, instead of during the biannual couture shows in Paris. It's clear that Galliano wants to stand out from the crowd and will be sure to create quite a frenzy during the mens shows in London.

Even though it tends to be the womens ready-to-wear shows which draw the biggest fan base, the mens collections are slowly creeping up in terms of prestige and importance. On the front row we can expect to see celebrities such as Kate Moss, David Gandy, Olivier Cheshire and Nick Grimshaw who is one of the spokesmen of the fashion week. And of course, there will be number of glitzy parties held throughout London. Exquisite tailoring curtsey of Saville Row will be sure to stun, cool and urban looks from the likes of Moschino will surely inspire as well as the up town chic of designers like Burberry and Tom Ford. It's sure to be an unforgettable week.
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On top of all that, the annual Golden Globes 2015 ceremony is taking place on Sunday evening in Los Angeles, which is always a great fashion show full of gorgeous couture dresses. Be sure to check out the winners and the celebrity fashion as it happens!

Written by Fashions Finest blogger Hannah Last. 

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