Live from London Fashion Week Men's June 2017: All the catwalk, backstage and FROW action

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London Fashion Week Men’s is back and celebrating its fifth year. The June 2017 line-up is just as jam-packed full of established and up-and-coming brands as ever with some very cool shows and presentations on the schedule.

The season will start today, Friday 9 June 2017, with shows from the likes of Phoebe English MAN, Oliver Spencer and TOPMAN Design. On Saturday 10 June, there’ll be collections revealed by Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY, Daniel W. Fletcher, COTTWEILER and Tinie Tempah’s label What We Wear. The St James’ show will also be taking place – the only show on the LFWM schedule that anyone and everyone can watch.

On Sunday 11 June, Astrid Andersen is set to kick-start proceedings. Emerging designer Alex Mullins is also on the day’s schedule, as is David Beckham’s line Kent & Curwen. Watch this space to see if Victoria and the entire Beckham crew sit FROW for that one. Former NEWGEN winner Christopher Raeburn is also showing his new range and cool-girl Martine Rose is closing the day.

Monday’s also teeming with great shows. Craig Green’s on the schedule, along with Bobby Abley and A COLD-Wall. But it’s Vivienne Westwood, who will be showing both mens- and womenswear that we can’t wait for.

Stay tuned for all the live action, as it happens.

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