If anywhere on the fashion weeks map you are inclined to shock – that is the London Fashion Week Men’s. For the Spring Summer 2019 season the showstopper award once again goes to the MAN show. Taking the runway this season are designers Stefan Cooke, Rottingdean Bazaar and Art School.
The pioneering MAN project was established in 2005 by TOPMAN and Fashion East was the first menswear scheme of its kind. MAN has launched and supported brands including: Kim Jones (Louis Vuitton), Craig Green, JW Anderson, Martine Rose, Christopher Shannon, Wales Bonner, James Long, Astrid Andersen, Liam Hodges, Per Gotesson, Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY and more. MAN recipients are selected by a panel of industry experts including: Ben Reardon, Creative consultant; Charlie Porter, Financial Times; Jack Cassidy, Menswear buyer, Gordon Richardson; Creative Consultant, Luke Day, GQ Style; Lulu Kennedy, Fashion East; Sam Lobban, Mr Porte rand Tim Blanks, Business of Fashion. Fashion East is a pioneering non-profit initiative established in 2000 by Lulu Kennedy and The Old Truman Brewery to nurture, develop and showcase emerging designers through the early stages of their career and has launched London’s top design talent.
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