During our stay in London we were invited to the British Designers’ Collective Menswear Curated by GQ.

Sam Claflin, Ed Speleers, Allen Leech, Rich Edwards, Finn Jones, Dylan Jones (Editor in Chief of GQ), Caroline Rush (British Fashion Council), Desiree Bollier and Eliza Bonham Carter attended the opening of the British Designers Collective of Men’s Fashion curated by the British magazine GQ at Bicester Village.

At the boutique were presented the work of the best new fashion designers including Jonathan Saunders, Agi & Sam, Lou Dalton, James Long, Oliver Spencer, K Kit Neale, Christopher Raeburn, Katie Eary, Casely-Hayford, Sibling, A Sauvage , Hentsch Man, U-Clothing, Hunter Gather and Alan Taylor, along with shoe designer Nicholas Kirkwood, Mr Hare and Grenson. This spectacular line-up has been edited by Robert Johnston: Style Director and Style Shrink of GQ.

Following the success of the collaboration with the Keeper’s House at the Royal Academy of Arts for boutique womenswear which opened at Bicester Village from May 21 to August 17, the menswear boutique has decided to present, along with the fashion collections, the work of the artists of the Academy. Exclusive to the menswear boutique, has also been presented with a new range of prints, purchased, produced in limited edition by the academicians of Mali Morris, Humphrey Ocean, Chris Orr and Bob & Roberta Smith, as well as Guler Ates, Derek Boshier, blue Firth, Liane Lang, Simon Lawson, Danny Rolph and Prem Sahib. The intent is to show guests, national and international talent “London Collections Men” constantly encouraged by the United Kingdom, in a kind of new fashion week dedicated to men, curated by GQ.

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