The cream of the men's fashion world flocked to London for the four-day style extravaganza that is London Collections: Men.
X Factor host Dermot O'Leary was as dapper as ever as he dropped on in several events, including the party hosted by Dan Peres, the editor of US magazine Details, held at exclusive club Morton's in the heart of London.
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There he joined male model David Gandy, who was impeccably turned out in a double-breasted grey jacket and bright blue trousers, and former Desperate Housewives star Jesse Metcalfe. The actor posed with his fiancée Cara Santana.
David and Dermot made quite the fashion duo, with both doing the rounds during the fashion week. They turned out for the Tommy Hilfiger and Jonathan Newhouse dinner, where they took a moment out to pose up with rapper Tinie Tempah. David also spent time with Pixie Lott's boyfriend and fellow model Oliver Cheshire.
Douglas Booth stepped out for the Burberry show, which is known for its typical star-studded front row. There, he was joined by British actor Hugh Dancy, David, Dermot and BBC Radio 1 DJ Greg James.
Former I'm A Celebrity… contestant Hugo Taylor turned up to the 20th anniversary celebrations of Ralph Lauren's workwear label Double RL. Taking place in their flagship store on the lavish Mount Street, Hugo and his girlfriend Natalie perused the brand's collections as they sipped whisky sours and listened to music from live band Flats & Sharps.
J.W. Anderson was another designer to host a swanky do during the fashion week bonanza. The Scottish fashion maestro held the after party for his catwalk show at a trendy underground location in East London. He showed up for the event with friend Tallulah Harlech, a model and famously the muse of Karl Lagerfeld.
Topman Design SS14 was another show to attract celebrity attendees. Olympic gymnast Louis Smith, who took home a silver medal in last's year London games, was front row for the presentation, along with David and Dermot.
JLS singer Aston Merrygold was also spotted attending the John Lewis & Co.