Think of this coming weekend in London as a Double Hitter Twelfth Night. Both to celebrate the epiphany and kick off London Fashion Week Men’s, a four-day feast of some 50 events - shows; presentations; and lock-ins.
The great and the good of British and international fashion gathered in London on Monday evening to honour fashion's biggest influencers who have shaken up the business, driven design and helped to change society.
London Fashion Week Men's will always be about discovering raw talent, and few are rawer, and cooler, than Charles Jeffrey, whose Loverboy show was the first proper fashion moment in the menswear season this weekend.
The British Fashion Council has named the fifteen emerging designers who will receive NewGen support as the new format launches. NewGen designers will now be supported throughout the year, instead of seasonally.
Fashion East has teamed up with Selfridges to open a pop up shop featuring clothes, gifts and quirky collectibles from designers such as Craig Green, Ashley Williams and Charles Jeffrey. It runs until the end of March.