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Bicester Village teams up with menswear designers

By FashionUnited


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Designer outlet Bicester Village has once again teamed up with a number of UK

menswear designers on its British Designers’ Collection pop-up, in celebration of London Collections: Men.

The menswear boutique has been curated by GQ associate editor Robert Johnson and features designers including Jonathan Saunders, Agi & Sam, Lou Dalton, Oliver Spencer, Kit Neale, Christopher Raeburn, Katie Eary, Casely-Hayford, Sibling, A Sauvage, Hentsch Man, U-Clothing, Hunter Gather and Alan Taylor, along with shoe designers including Nicholas Kirkwood, Mr Hare and Grenson.

Value Retail Management chief executive Desirée Bollier, said: "The British Designers' Collective has been celebrating and nurturing home-grown talent in collaboration with the British Fashion Council for the past five years. We are now delighted to showcase British men's fashion for the first time in two years, which is more exciting than ever thanks to London Collections: Men, the new fashion week dedicated to men.

“The British GQ team has personally and expertly curated the boutique with some great finds and unique iconic pieces. Based on our successful summer collaboration with the Royal Academy of Art, guests will have the opportunity to discover and purchase the work of up-and-coming British artists, as British art and fashion are celebrated again at Bicester Village."

Johnston, added: "Bicester Village is a phenomenon. Not only can it boast to being host to almost every big name in luxury retail but it has become a huge tourist attraction, making it one of this country's best shop windows.

“The British Designers' Collective curated by GQ, is an incredible way to celebrate some of the best new British menswear designers and it gives these designers a unique chance to show international visitors the amazing talent that London Collections: Men is encouraging to flourish in the UK."

The pop-up will run until October 23.

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