On January 4, the latest season of London Fashion Week Men's (LFWM) kicked off in London.
Earlier, the British Designers Association announced that all catwalks of this fashion week will be held in the exclusive BFC Show Space in the Truman Brewery Centre, and the whole process will be broadcast live on LFWM's official Instagram channel.
There are many things to watch for this season's menswear week, including:
Multi-award-winning British designer brand Wales Bonner returns to popular British tide brand Martine Rose
The Fashion Awards 2019 Bethany Williams
2019 International Woolmark Prize winner Edward Crutchl ey
Arashi Yanagawa from Japan-Its brand is named after the famous Irish-American boxer John Lawrence Sullivan
QASIMI, created by UAE designer Khalid Al Qasimi, combines the designer ’s Middle Eastern cultural background and pragmatic London street style, but this is also the first time the brand has held an exhibition without a founder. Died in London in July 2019, the brand's current creative director is the twin sister of the founder, Hoor Al Qasimi with a background in modern art
On January 5th, Art School by Eden Loweth and Tom Barratt will host a fashion show. Since its inception, Art School has been creating transgender and gay people their own way of dressing, allowing them to be themselves, and dressing is not restricted by physical gender. Scottish designer Charles Jeffrey Loverboy, a graduate of Saint Martin ’s, will also bring His gender-free design eponymous brand is hosting a fashion show on the afternoon of January 4. The club bar clothing designed by Charles Jeffrey Loverboy combines elements such as "queen queen (male gay men)", "disco dragoons", "performance artists such as Leigh Bowery" and Chinese designers Zhou Xiangyu and Wang Every Chen will hold brand fashion shows on January 5 and January 6, respectively. In addition, Korean brand Münn, Danish independent designer Astrid Andersen's namesake brand, Swedish brand Per Götesson will also hold big shows in this season's fashion week.
The A-Cold-Wall *, which has been in flames for the past two years, does not host a fashion show this time, but will host an installation show. Founded in 2015, A-Cold-Wall is one of the fastest-growing brands that has emerged from London Menswear Week in recent years. Founder Samuel Ross has integrated his research on graphic design and illustration into clothing design, creating a fresh work that combines many elements such as tooling, conceptual decorative details, sporty style, silhouette, etc., and previously worked with Off-white Virgil Abloh worked together and was shortlisted for the LVMH Prize finals. The brand has been favored by the international market.
In addition, brands such as Ahluwhalia Studio and Bianca Saunders will host a show in DiscoveryLAB on January 6. Brands Huntsman and Hackett on Savile Row, a London high-end menswear custom street, will also host exhibitions. Huntsman will showcase the brand's history with a new service, Bespoke Tweed Service, as well as a ready-to-wear capsule collection during the event.
During the event, the special installation "BFC and Alexander James Present: One More Slope" by the emerging British artist Alexander James will also be unveiled at the same time. This piece focuses on the links between the creative industries and represents the creative community in London.
This season's London Menswear Week will also join hands with Milan Menswear Week for the first time. BFC previously announced that it has reached an agreement with the Italian fashion agency Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana to jointly launch a special event during Milan Menswear Week from January 11th to 13th, bringing young British creative talents and the best Italian The production processes come together. The event will include a catwalk, designer showroom and digital installations.
"We are very happy to reach a cooperation with BFC this year," Carlo Capasa, president of the Italian National Fashion Chamber of Commerce, said in a statement. "This cooperation between the two institutions is a precious opportunity for each other. We will build a cultural bridge and build Long-term partnerships ensure that all participants benefit from it. "
This season's London Men's Wear Week will end on January 6.
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