'London Collections: Men' kicks off the fashion season in the capital

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'London Collections: Men' kicks off the fashion season in the capital

London Collections: Men has returned to the capital to showcasing the finest (and also strangest) in menswear for 2015. The four day showcases the best in men’s fashion, which often goes overlooked at London fashion shows.

London Live's Jake Tupman went down to the satorial celebrations to get a few tips for his own wardrobe - and to tell Anthony Baxter whether he can get away with a baseball cap. He spoke with Dan Rookwood, US Editor of Mr Porter and contributor to the Evening Standard. 

This year, tailoring is expected to make a firm comeback as designers Dunhill, Hardy Amies and Gieves & Hawkes present their collections. Despite this, street wear is expected to be popular and tragically, it is expected combat trousers may even make a brief comeback this year.

Controversial designer John Galliano has also returned to the world of fashion, though little is known about what he will present.

Jake Tupman also spoke with fashion designer Shin-Ichi Murata.

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