London Fashion Week Mens

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London Fashion Week Mens

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Dates of existence

2017-

History

In January 2017, after ten seasons, London Collections Men was renamed London Fashion Week Mens to align it with London Fashion Week. In June 2012 the British fashion Council had launched London Collections Men, a three-day event that featured over 45 runway shows and presentations. Additionally, 30 ready-to-wear and accessory designers also exhibited at The Hospital Club, Covent Garden, which served as the main showroom venue. In June 2013 it was announced that Burberry would move their menswear show back to London after more than ten years showing in Milan. In January 2015 the London Collections Men was lengthened to become a four-day event due to an increase of designers wishing to show.

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London

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London Collections Men (2012-2017)

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London Collections Men is the predecessor of London Fashion Week Mens

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2012-2017

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London Fashion Week (1983-)

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associative

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London Fashion Week is the associate of London Fashion Week Mens

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2017-

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British Fashion Council

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