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What An­other Lon­don Col­lec­tions Men, an­other chance to play our favourite pas­time: Where’s Will.i.am? No sign of him at Mark’s Club, where Der­mot O’Leary showed off The Am­bas­sadors Pro­ject be­spoke tai­lor­ing, the re­sult of a col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween the Sav­ile Row Be­spoke As­so­ci­a­tion, The Wool­mark Com­pany and Pierre Lagrange. No luck ei­ther at Coach’s af­ter-party across town at mid­town pub The Lady Ot­to­line, al­though for­mer Black Eyed Peas co-star Taboo turned up for last or­ders. We drew an­other blank at Tommy Hil­figer’s pri­vate din­ner, but struck gold at the fash­ion week’s open­ing night at Spencer House, hosted by Caro­line Rush, Dy­lan Jones and Jef­fer­son Hack, where Will.i.am swapped sto­ries with David Fur­nish by the roar­ing fire and squeezed the cheeks of an un­sus­pect­ing fe­male passer-by. So that’s what he meant by ‘My Humps’.

Susie Bub­ble and Bryan­boy both in Coach Hu Bing in Hunts­man, David Gandy in Henry Poole, Dy­lan Jones in Kil­gour and Tinie Tem­pah in Ed­ward Sex­ton

Will.i.am, Pa­trick Cox and David Fur­nish

Robert Kon­jic and Luke Evans Stephen Jones, Tracey Emin and Vir­ginia Bates

Tommy Hil­figer and Lucky Blue Smith

Ma­chine Gun Kelly and Kid Cudi

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