London Collections: Men Poises to Become the Biggest Men’s Fashion Week

London's Men's Fashion Week with their quirky appetite.

London Collections: Men, the UK’s official fashion week dedicated to menswear, has grown exponentially since its first inception into the market in 2012.

According to the London Evening Standard, the Organiser revealed that this year London Collections: Men is poised to be the biggest in its history with a record number of menswear designers supporting the presentation.

the Collections will start in June 12 and it listed 77 designers including global menswear brands such as Burberry, Tom Ford and Alexander McQueen. However, the most exciting part of this Collections is the introduction of new menswear designers such as Agi & Sam, Astrid Andersen, including the debut collection from House of Holland by Henry Holland.

Craig Green Runway. Image courtesy of Dazed and Confused
Craig Green Runway. Image courtesy of Dazed and Confused

The beauty of London Collections: Men is that almost a third of the designers showcasing their wares is made up of brands less than five years old. There is considerably less pressure for new brands to churn out collections like factory machines, following the usual collection cycle. It makes most of the designer presentations a fully fleshed out concept.

Couple that with their famous “wink-wink” British sense of humour, London designers are truly the pinnacle of creative output.

Check out our favourite break-out star from last season, Craig Green and London Collections: Men in all its gif glory.