British GQ, Fashion East Close Out London Fashion Week Men’s

ALL DOLLED UP: It may have lasted just three days, but the brevity of London Fashion Week Men’s only revved up guests’ inner party animals, and put them in a carpe diem mood. The week closed with the biannual dinner hosted by GQ and another one hosted by Fashion East at Bistrotheque, which is housed in a converted warehouse restaurant in east London.
At Bistrotheque, London’s creative class was out in force, with guests including Richard Malone, James Long, Marta Jakubowski, Roksanda Ilincic and Charles Jeffrey, who had shown his collection earlier that day. Entertainment included a Britney Spears impersonator who sang “Oops I Did It Again” and “Toxic.”
Across town, British musician and actor Loyle Carner and Dylan Jones, editor of British GQ and men’s wear chairman of the British Fashion Council, cohosted a dinner at Neptune restaurant at The Principal hotel.
Guests included designers Tinie Tempah, Lou Dalton, Matthew Miller, Christopher Raeburn, Astrid Anderson, Patrick Grant, Eric Underwood, Erin O’Connor, Diplo Paul Sculfor and Jack Guinness.
After dinner Johannes Huebl, proudly wearing a new khaki Thom Sweeney three-piece suit, and Hollywood style consultant Andrew Weitz said their farewells, although they were superfluous. “I don’t know why we do this; we’ll be seeing each other tomorrow in Florence for Pitti,” deadpanned Huebl.
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