The British Fashion Council released a provisional schedule for the dedicated men’s fashion week on Tuesday morning, setting dates and times for more than 50 shows, presentations and special events.
The schedule reflects a mix of programming from emerging designers, international brands and heritage houses, spread across three full days of menswear.
As previously announced, HRH The Prince of Wales will open proceedings with a private reception on 14 June. Shows and presentations commence at 9:00am the following day, with Savile Row tailors, Fashion East Men and TOPMAN leading the pack.
Later, Richard Nicoll will join men’s day veterans Christopher Shannon, Lou Dalton and Dunhill on the runway when he introduces his menswear line on 17 June. Tom Ford, Esquire and Mr Porter, Louis Vuitton, Spencer Hart and Burberry will invite the conversation to continue over cocktail receptions and dinners at evening events.
The BFC will confirm the final schedule in May. For more information, see www.londoncollections.co.uk.