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In the world of women's fashion, London often plays second fiddle to other style capitals – it lacks the allure of Paris' haute couture or the polish of Milan's luxury labels.YetAlexander McQueen Monday led the new season's menswear catwalk shows in London, a four-day fashion display that mixed trendy labels such as Tom Ford, Burberry and Moschino with traditional tailoring houses that have been perfecting their craft for decades. Organizers want to highlight both new talents and London's status as the historic home of men's fashion – the city has dressed a long list of kings and the world's wealthiest men and invented classic items such as the tuxedo jacket, the bowler hat and the three-piece suit. London's menswear week has expanded impressively since it broke away from the main womenswear fashion showcases in 2012 . This year it started Sunday and ran until Tuesday, followed by men's fashion shows in Milan and Paris.
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