Tag : London Fashion Week Men's
London Fashion Week Men's buyer diary: day twoSubscription
On day two of London Fashion Week Men’s (LFWM) spring 20 edition, Selfridges buying manager for menswear Jack Cassidy shares his take on the shows so far.
London Fashion Week Men's buyer diary: day oneSubscription
On the first day of the spring 20 edition of London Fashion Week Men’s (LFWM), Matchesfashion.com’s head of menswear, Damien Paul shares his top shows from the day.
Menswear grows £500m in one yearSubscription
The UK menswear market grew 3.5% – £500m – year on year in 2018 to £15.5bn, market research agency Mintel has revealed.
Smart purchases: buyers' picks of autumn 19 menswear Subscription
Tailoring stands out as four menswear buyers reveal their insider views on the autumn 19 season: the best collections, key trends and must-buy products from London, Florence, Milan and Paris.
Digital edition: 22 June 2018Subscription
In this week’s issue the Drapers team reports from the front rows of London Fashion Week Men’s and Pitti Uomo, and we look at micro-influencers and personalised social media, and the latest digital in-store developments, and the founder of The Edit tells us how she built an award-winning mini-chain in under two years.
Despite questions over the future of London Fashion Week Men’s following the departure of some big names, emerging labels flourished in the limelight at a successful spring 19 edition.
London Fashion Week Men's: day two buyer diarySubscription
On day two of London Fashion Week Men’s spring 19 edition, Selfridges’ buying manager for menswear Jack Cassidy talks us through his highlights from the day.
London Fashion Week Men's: day one buyer diarySubscription
On the first full day of London Fashion Week Men’s spring 19 edition, Harvey Nichols’ menswear buyer Danielle Grantham shares her thoughts on the collections and trends to note.
Catch up on the London menswear catwalks, with Drapers’ selection of the top trends for autumn 18.
The 11th edition of London Fashion Week Men’s (LFWM) drew to a calm and chilly end on Monday. While the overall atmosphere at the UK’s dedicated menswear showcase was much quieter this season, the lack of big, headlining brands focused attention on London’s creative rising stars.