Reports Now in For London Collections: Men SS16
The four-day schedule of shows, presentations, previews and exhibitions has given the team a strong flavour of the key styles and trends coming through for Spring/Summer 2016 to read all the latest reports please click here (FashionCapital Industry Trends).
The fashion crowd at this event is second to none with some of the snappiest dressers in the industry in attendance. Sherion Mullings our Street Style photographer has been photographing innovative outfits and styling ideas aplenty click here to view her daily instalments.
FashionCapital editor JoJo Iles commented:
“Credit to the team at London Collections: Men, the event has a real positive buzz about it and is a pleasure to attend. My team and myself have been kept incredibly busy across the event so much fantastic good quality menswear to report about. It is also encouraging to see so many of the brands taking a considered approach to production and using UK based suppliers and manufacturers.”
Dylan Jones OBE, Chair of London Collections: Men and Editor of British GQ said:
“Each season, for the last three and a half years I’ve been able to boast that the event has grown in importance and size. Once again, London Collections has grown even bigger and better and for Spring/Summer 2016 welcomes 77 designers to the schedule and 68 designers to the Designer Showrooms. It’s down to your commitment and support that each season I am able to make this claim so a big thank you to all of you.
“The growth of London Collections is set to continue, reflecting the UK and international menswear sector which is currently growing faster than womenswear. Last season we told you that end of year sales for men’s clothing in the UK reached £12.9 billion, but today the final count has come in showing that sales rose by 22% over the last five years totalling £13.5 billion in 2014. This year Mintel predicts that sales of menswear are set to reach an impressive £14.1 billion.”