Spring & Summer 2013- Men’s Collections Launched in London

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By Fareeha Qayoom



es, the world’s fashion capitals are showcasing next year’s spring summer trends on the runways this June… Paris, Milan and now even London – yes, this is the first time London is featuring men’s collections.  Yes, I was again caught off-guard. Yes, as usual was super busy and thought had plenty of time to tune in….Woke up on the last day of London Fashion week though all is not lost, it’s just the beginning of trend’s watch…


London Collections: Men’s – Friday June 15th to Sunday June 17th

Men’s collections are showcased twice a year every year in Milan and Paris – January and June without fail. This year, London also adds its two cents worth. This new runway event /fashion week comes immediately before the June’s European collections.


HRH Prince Charles officially launched the first London Fashion week at a reception at St. James Palace. He reportedly told his guests at the reception, “I’m finding it very hard to live with myself, ladies and gentlemen. Because someone suggested that I might be an icon of fashion. After 64 bleeding years, I don’t know why.”


He added: “I have lurched from being the best-dressed man to being the worst dressed man. I don’t know why – presumably it sells publications. Meanwhile I have gone on, like a stopped clock – and my time comes around every 25 years.”




HRH Prince Charles

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Fareeha Qayoom
Fareeha Qayoom
Publisher and editor-in-chief of Tkfr.com and former print editions of The Knit-Xtyle Fashion Review (tkfr), a trade newsletter for the textile and apparel industry of Pakistan. In short, Publisher, editor, and a blogger. In addition, she has served as Managing Editor of MIT Technology Review Pakistan, print and web editions (2015-16). Total of 7 editions were published under her leadership by ITU, Punjab's first public technology university under the license of MIT Technology Review (USA). She has also managed Value Mag in the same capacity, a real estate and lifestyle magazine for Value TV - 2008-9. Published freelancer for The News on Sunday 1994-96. Fareeha has over 21 years of solid management experience – of managing brands (like Harley Davidson, Munsingwear, Chaps, Chaps Ralph Lauren etc.,), Retailers (like Target, Mervyns, Kohl's, Marks and Spencer etc.,), customers (VPs, Product Managers, Unit Managers, and Buyers), and products (apparel - woven, knits, men's, women's, children's, Print and online publishing units), projects, teams, and processes, information, content, and data, staff, vendors, and time. Versatile and adaptable with international exposure, communication and language skills (oral and written), and a consistent track record of achieving company targets and objectives, plus a MA in Political Science from Punjab University, a MSc in Economics from La Salle University, Louisiana, USA, and a BA in Economics from Kinnaird College for Women.


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    Organisers wanted a global audience for the three-day event and hoped that the high-profile royal endorsement would help.

    Prince Charles has been a champion of British fashion brands and said: “The great thing has been meeting so many people from overseas who’ve been drawn here by the reputation of the British tailoring and craftmanship and design.”

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    Cumberbatch, best known for playing Sherlock in the BBC’s hit drama, was turning out for the British luxury tailor Spencer Hart, known for dressing some of the world’s best known actors and musicians, including Robbie Williams and Jay-Z.



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  10. June 17, 2012, 12:34 pm
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  11. June 16, 2012, 12:56 pm
    The Surprising Mr. Smith, and Other Party Notes

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    While Mr. Smith said he would take a wait-and-see approach to London’s effort to create a new men’s wear showcase, he did have a presence in the inaugural London Collections: Men by participating in a Q&A on Friday with Suzy Menkes, the fashion editor of the International Herald Tribune.


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  13. Men’s Fashion: 1920s dandy and military among top trends at London Collections

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  20. Sir Paul Smith Reveals The Secrets Of His Success (And A Nice Pair Of Legs)

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    By Ian Simon-Curry

    Still judging you

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    Updated: Thursday, June 21, 2012 14:06

    It’s a big year for London. From the upcoming summer Olympics to Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee, the Brits have a lot to be excited about, and the excitement hasn’t skipped the fashion world.

    This past weekend, English fashion designers presented their spring 2013 collections in the first-ever men’s fashion weekend in London. The event was blandly named London Collections: Men, but despite its lackluster title, many of the weekend’s shows presented a fun, light-hearted approach to menswear.

    The British Fashion Council organized the event in response to the growth of the men’s day during London Fashion Week in the past few years. According to the British Fashion Council website, the new showcase emphasized “both the creative and commercial importance of Britain’s brands and emerging talent.”

    Christopher Shannon’s collection featured simple street wear with exuberant, colored accents. Panels of striped or embroidered blanket fabric spiced up basic T-shirts, sweatshirts and short-sleeved button-ups. There were a number of garments crafted from hundreds of neckties that were just runway spectacles, but the majority of Shannon’s clothes could easily be translated to the street. The pop-of-color look was prevalent in the collection and will hopefully find its way into more affordable retailers next year.


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    At Canali, tailoring in kaleidoscopic shades was the order of the day. Some suits were trimly fitted and double breasted in form, others came with oversized pin-stripe details.


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  26. Giorgio Armani spring 2013 men’s
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    There are few things as gratifying as seeing a collection that excites. Mr. Armani is no stranger to offering up these moments to the fashion flock, whether it is for men or women. Giorgio Armani men’s for Spring 2013 is just a triumph on so many levels.

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  27. Paris fashion week continues trend for men’s statement suit

    The corporate look appears to be over as patterns and primary colours dominate the international catwalks

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    The sober suiting chosen by prime ministers, presidents and bank bosses, such as Barclays’ Bob Diamond, appears to be over. On the international catwalks this week the message for spring/summer 2013 is loud and clear: the statement suit is the new navy.

    In Paris on Friday, cult fashion label Balenciaga showed a striking tomato red suit made in a silk cotton worn with white buckle boots. Junya Watanabe’s spring/summernew collection featured pink and bold check suits worn with cropped trousers or shorts.


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  28. Dries Van Noten Spring 2013 Menswear Collection
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  35. Milan Men’s Fashion Week spring/summer 2013: Day one round-up

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  36. Salvatore Ferragamo Goes Bold & Bright For Spring/Summer 2013 (PHOTOS)
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  38. The Spring 2013 Milan Mens’ Shows Kick Off in a Blue Mood
    What’s hot for guys to wear in spring 2013? Judging from the Milan menswear shows, it’s variations on all things blue.
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    It’s only late June, but savvy femmes starting to think about their fall 2012 wardrobes (it’s never too early!) know that one of the big trends in womens’ clothes upcoming is dresses, jackets and suits in all shades of blue: navy, cobalt, sky, ice blue, pale blue, power blue, indigo, etc.


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