British heritage brand Hardy Amies will show in British capital instead of Milan in January, after joining the schedule for London Collections: Men.
Luxury outwear brand Belstaff will kick off the second edition of LCM with a breakfast presentation while Hardy Amies will show its mainline collection at 1pm on January 9.
More than 50 menswear designers will show at the London event in January with Alexander McQueen and Tom Ford joining the line up as previously announced. Alexander McQueen will show its menswear collection at 6pm on January 8 while Tom Ford will also host a presentation between 10am and 5pm on January 9.
LCM, which will take place from January 7 to 9 at The Hospital Club in London, will also see menswear collections from designers including Christopher Kane, Jonathan Saunders, Meadham Kirchhoff and Richard Nicoll alongside this season’s Fashion Forward winners Christopher Shannon, J.W. Anderson and Lou Dalton.
Belstaff and Burberry will host breakfast presentations during the event and Hackett will return to show its second catwalk collection. Belstaff will host a presentation at 8.30am on the Monday morning, while Burberry show at 8.30am on January 8. Hackett will show at 7.30pm on January 7.
Savile Row stalwarts Richard James and E.Tautz will be show their ready-to-wear lines, whilst a number of Savile Row tailors will present as part of a collective on Tuesday afternoon.
The designer in the closing slot is yet to be announced.
Chair of LCM Dylan Jones said: “All of us involved in the first London Collections: Men were overwhelmed by the response to the first week in June, especially from an international perspective. We have had even more enthusiasm and support for the second season, and we are all looking forward to January being bigger and better than last time.”
A host of events will take place alongside the catwalk shows, presentations and installations, including a drinks reception hosted by Tommy Hilfiger, events by Esquire, Mr Porter and Tom Ford, and the GQ dinner, co-hosted by Tinie Tempah.