New additions to the line-up come in the shape of House of Holland, which makes its debut and Tommy Hilfiger, while returning big-hitters include Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Belstaff, Jimmy Choo and Tom Ford. Christopher Kane, Craig Green, Christopher Raeburn, JW Anderson, Maharishi and Matthew Miller will also be hosting catwalk shows and presentations throughout the weekend, which will see New Oxford Street become quite the people-watching spot as the guys (international press from 39 countries) play dress-up (and they do).
But it's not just about show-going for industry insiders - there will be 10 events open to the public to join in too: Selfridges will celebrate House of Holland's debut with an in-store event enabling shoppers to buy the collection immediately; Aspinal of London will be offering complimentary embossing on all menswear products bought over LCM; and a panel of experts will explore the importance of print within British design at The Hospital Club on June 15.
What else? The spring/summer 2016 menswear shows are always a good indicator as to what we can expect from the womenswear shows in September - so pay close attention.