The official schedule for the spring 14 edition of London Collections: Men (LCM) has been announced.
The schedule was announced by the chair of LCM Dylan Jones at an event held at The British Residence of the HM Consul General in New York on April 18.
Jones said: “I am particularly pleased that Burberry havs decided to move to London from Milan, a move which shows their dedication to London as the home of menswear.
“This season is even busier than last, with appearances from Jimmy Choo, Paul Smith and rag & bone, proving that London Collections: Men is not just a showcase for great British designers but a platform for international designers and brands, too.”
Further new additions to the line-up for the spring 14 edition include Paul Smith, who will show a presentation, as well as a cocktail reception held by menswear brand Boss on Monday June 17.
Alexander McQueen, Oliver Spencer, Jonathan Saunders and Richard Nicoll all return to the schedule to collections in London, whilst Tom Ford, Nicole Farhi and Christopher Kane will hold private appointments for press and buyers.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, will host an event to celebrate LCM on June 18, focusing on the history of menswear in London.
Meanwhile brands including Hardy Amies and Gieves & Hawkes will both show stand-alone presentations alongside catwalk shows from new establishment Savile Row designers such as Richard James and E Tautz.
The tailors of Savile Row will also host a presentation as a collective at Lord’s Cricket Ground on afternoon of Monday June 17.
The Man show, a joint initiative between Topman and Fashion East will take place on Sunday June 16, showcasing three of London’s menswear designers to watch.
Organisers have added a further venue to the two existing spaces for the spring 14 edition of LCM. Victoria House will now house events in addition to the official venues of the Hospital Club and the Old Sorting Office
Alongside the catwalk shows and presentations, events such as the Esquire and Jimmy Choo party, a drinks reception held by Duchamp, a dinner hosted by Jonathan Newhouse and Tommy Hilfiger and a party at Ralph Lauren’s RRL store will also all take place over the three days.
The showcase will close with the GQ dinner, hosted by Dylan Jones and Tracey Emin, and a party by Details Magazine.
A full events schedule, digital schedule and consumer events programme will be announced over the coming weeks.
For the full show schedule visit www.londoncollections.co.uk/men.