13 June 2014 by

Here Come The Boys! WATCH The London Collections: Men Action Here

We're now seriously excited about LC:M (that's London Collections: Men - keep up), which kicks off this Sunday 15th June. New arrivals to the fashion week schedule ensure that the ever-growing London scene is climbing from strength to strength. Whilst we're excited for some new appearances - Joseph's first catwalk show and Jeremy Scott's first menswear collection for Moschino to name but a few - we're also looking forward to seeing some familiar faces on the FROWs. To ensure that you're in the loop, we'll be streaming all the action via the portal above, including catwalk shows, fashion highlights and A-list interviews. Hurrah! As for the top 5 things to look out for, read on...

1. Jeremy Scott's first Moschino collection

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His McDonalds themed AW15 womenswear show went down a TREAT. Now we're excited to see the stops he'll pull out for his first menswear collection - we're hoping there will be a few outrageous, club-worthy pieces that he's rather famed for wearing. Or another foodie theme - we think pina coladas would be a great choice for Spring Summer 2015.

2. Gandy, Gandy, Gandy

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A favourite celeb-spot of ours, David Gandy, will be ever present at the SS'15 shows. We may be pursuing him throughout the shows, for his tips on tailoring, of course.

3. Joseph's debut 

Joseph SS'14 looks - a taster of what's to come [Joseph]


Briish label Joseph will be showing for the first time on the 17th of June. Mark Thomas ( ex Givenchy and Neil Barrett)'s second collection for the brand will be upping the Spring Summer ante on the schedule this season.

4. Some serious FROW action

From left: Nick Grimshaw, Tinie Tempah, James Corden, Harry Styles [Getty]

The London Collections: Men boasts a fabulous rosta of male ambassadors; this year Nick Grimshaw, Dermot O'Leary, Tinie Tempah and, of course, David Gandy will all be doffing their caps in honour of the occasion. Their FROW buddies like Harry Styles will be keeping these savvy dressers on their toes, too.

5. Craig Green going from Fashion East to the main collections

Craig Green AW'14 at Fashion East [London Collections: Men]

Green's utilitarian workwear pieces will be joining the LC:M catwalk. Having shown his last three seasons on the Fashion East stage, we're excited to see how he fares against the big boys like J.W. Anderson, Christopher Kane and Richard Niccoll. We have a feeling it will be great...


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