Big News for Men's Fashion Week

Hint: Tom Ford is hitting the runway in London.
Image via @tomford on Instagram 

Tom Ford will put his debut menswear runway show in London this upcoming January, breaking his tradition of hosting private presentations for his menswear lines.  

Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Moschino, and Pringle of Scotland will also be back at London Collections Men, and all eyes are on BFC/GQ Desinger Menswear Fund Winner E. Tautz.

Tom Ford’s house signatures - think classically constructed suits with fitted waists and soigné silhouettes - will certainly reappear on the runway.   Although unconfirmed, the brand’s fresh faces, like  17 year-old "it-boy" Lucky Blue Smith, are sure to make significant appearances.

The London menswear shows will be held from January 8-11, as told by the British Fashion Council. The official schedule will be confirmed on December 7.

WHO: Ian Cavazos, Junior News Editor at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Monterrey, MX
OBSESSED WITH: Transition bomber jackets
CAN BE FOUND AT: @iancavazos on Instagram

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