LONDON — Designer Lou Dalton is notching sales gains of 50 percent year-on-year, Anda Rowland is watching an average of four new customers per week ring through the doors of Anderson & Sheppard’s haberdashery off Savile Row and Christopher Raeburn is relieved he no longer has to show his collections “blind” to buyers in Paris at the end of the show season.
London Collections: Men, which enters its fourth season on Jan. 6, has been a boon for the city’s designers and brands who have been reaping rewards from the three-day showcase that kicks off the European men’s show calendar.
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