Party popper emojis at the ready. It's the 5th anniversary of London Fashion Week Men's, and to celebrate Topman Design – the brand's premium collection – is holding a multi-media exhibition instead of a boring, old catwalk-presentation, and you're invited.
Carefully curated by a crack team of collaborators, the installation – designed by young London architect Benni Allen – featuring Topman's SS18 collection will be held this Saturday and Sunday in the Old Truman Brewery. Working with the mammoth menswear brand include photographer and filmmaker Nick Offord, musicians ‘The Rhythm Method’, poet and writer Max Wallis, architect and filmmaker Ben Cullen Williams, plus photographer and creative director Campbell Addy who will be working alongside illustrator King Owusu. So it's safe to say that it should be pretty great.
And just like all good exhibitions, there'll be a shop flogging all manner of clothing featuring prints and graphics taken from and inspired by the Topman Design archive, plus brilliant bits and pieces from the collaborators exhibiting.
The Old Truman Brewery. Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June, 10am-6pm. Get tickets on the Dice app.