Sunday, 20 May 2012

The First Ever Men’s British Designers Collective Opens at Bicester Village


Following the opening by spokesperson Alexa Chung in March 2012 of a temporary pop-up women’s boutique, large-scale discount retailer Bicester Village collaborated with the British Fashion Council to unveil the British Designers’ Collective Menswear stores on 16 May.

 
With the impending new menswear fashion week, ‘London Collections: Men’, Bicester Village recognised the growing importance of men’s fashion and sought to support this influential category within the fashion industry.

The boutique offers products from new generation talent and established British menswear labels straight from Savile Row. Labels included are B Store, Chucs Dive & Mountain Shop, Emmett, Patrick Grant’s E. Tautz, Folk, Gentlemen’s Tonic, Grenson, Heritage Research, James Long, Jane Carr, Jonathan Saunders, Lily and Lionel, Lou Dalton, Margaret Howell, Mr Natty, Oliver Spencer, Richard James, Sunspel, YMC and Tim Little.



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