The London Collections Men is back again, with its season’s four collections. With an emphasis on British brands, new talent and culture, the event is tailored to showcase the broad areas of British fashion and talent as well as global brands for men. It is going to be a collection of wonderful shows and presentation. For some our own African designers showcasing are

 

Casely-Hayford London

DESIGNER NAME: Joe Casely-Hayford OBE and Charlie Casely-Hayford.

The Father and Son Duo from Ghana cater for an international audience. With a signature look that fuses sportswear with tailoring and a high art with street culture, this looks are achieved by the finest craftsmanship attained with fusion of new technology. They will be showing on Tuesday 7 January, 19:00, BFC Show Space: The Old Sorting Office.

Joe and Charlie

Joe and Charlie

 

Casely-Hayford London

 

Casely-Hayford London

Casely-Hayford London

Casely-Hayford London

Casely-Hayford London

 

AGI & SAM

DESIGNER NAMES: Agi Mdumulla and Sam Cotton

This duo from Tanzania who won the Emerging Talent Award – Menswear at the British Fashion awards have gone ahead to create a signature that places emphasis on bespoke print and humor, they believe that fashion should not be taken too seriously. However this has not deterred them from infusing years of experience to the quality of their work. They will be showing on Wednesday at 8 January, 09:00, BFC Show Space: Victoria House

 

Agi and Sam

Agi and Sam

 

A. Sauvage (Ghana)

DESIGNER NAME: Adrien Sauvage

With a signature that states “Dress Easy” this designer of Ghanaian descent showcases true under-stated luxury and no nonsense approach to contemporary tailoring. The designer places emphasis on the dynamic needs of its clientele to create menswear that is created with that perfect cut and casual elegance. A. Sauvage will be showing on Wednesday 8 January, 18:00, BFC Show Space: The Old Sorting Office

A. Sauvage

A. Sauvage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A. Sauvage

A. Sauvage

A. Sauvage

A. Sauvage

A. Sauvage

A. Sauvage