17 June 2016

Tommy Hilfiger announces that Mr. Tommy Hilfiger co-hosted a dinner with Dylan Jones, Editor-in-Chief of British GQ, to celebrate the Spring 2017 season of London Collections: Men. The event was held on June 11, 2016, at the recently opened brasserie Cafe Monico in Soho. Since London Collections: Men was first founded in June 2012, Mr. Hilfiger’s seasonal dinner has become a fixture on the fashion week calendar, bringing together designers, industry influencers and global media to celebrate London’s storied menswear history and renowned design talent.

Following a cocktail reception at Cafe Monico, guests enjoyed an intimate dinner where Mr. Hilfiger and Mr. Jones, who is also Chair of London Collections: Men, welcomed an array of international fashion press, retailers and VIPs.

“London Collections: Men is a stage for some of the world’s greatest menswear designers, and I’m delighted to be continuing our support of this event again for Spring 2017,” said Tommy Hilfiger. “Since I launched my first collection in 1985, menswear has been an integral part of the Tommy Hilfiger brand heritage and business. It’s always energizing to see the industry come together season after season to celebrate the achievements and successes of men’s fashion.”

“I’m thrilled to be co-hosting this event once again with Tommy,” said Dylan Jones, Editor-in-Chief of British GQ. “He has been a tremendous supporter of London Collections: Men from the very start, and it is a pleasure to celebrate the incredible talents in menswear evident here this season with him again.

Guests included Tommy Hilfiger; Editor-in-Chief of British GQ, Dylan Jones; musician Dougie Poynter; models Toby Huntington-Whiteley, Johannes Huebl, Oliver Cheshire, Andres Velencoso, and Robert Konjic; and vlogger Jim Chapman, who all wore Tommy Hilfiger Tailored. Additional guests included model David Gandy and British Fashion Council Chief Executive Caroline Rush.

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