London Fashion Week
Fashion Week, The Store Studios, London, UK.
London Fashion Week (LFW) opens to welcome over 5,000 guests, from international press to buyers, broadcasters, influencers and industry insiders from over 70 countries. This will be the 66th edition of London Fashion Week which runs The Store Studios, 180 Strand.
Featuring 85 catwalk shows and presentations and 33 events from emerging talent to global brands, the diversity of the LFW schedule is a testament to the inclusive and innovative British fashion industry on display in London.
New to the schedule this season are Emporio Armani who will show to coincide with the re-launch of their London flagship, alongside Tommy Hilfiger who will debut their latest TOMMYNOW see-now buy-now collection to an audience of trade and consumers and British brand Ralph & Russo who will debut their first ever ready-to-wear collection. Other brands joining the schedule include Nicopanda and Dr Pam Hogg alongside the relaunched Fiorucci on the events schedule.
Burberry will present their new collection on Saturday as well as Fashion East, Gareth Pugh, House of Holland, JW Anderson, Ports 1961 and Simone Rocha. Donatella Versace’s VERSUS and MM6 Maison Margiela will host a show and a presentation respectively on the Sunday.
The pioneering emerging womenswear talent showing under the BFC’s NEWGEN initiative this season are Halpern, Marta Jakubowski, Molly Goddard, Paula Knorr, Richard Malone and Sadie Williams. Mother of Pearl and palmer//harding, joint recipients of this year’s BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund, will show on Saturday and Tuesday respectively.
Internationally celebrated British designers include Antonio Berardi, Anya Hindmarch, CHALAYAN, Charlotte Olympia, Christopher Kane, David Koma, Emilia Wickstead, ERDEM, Fyodor Golan, Margaret Howell, Marques’Almeida, Mary Katrantzou, Peter Pilotto, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Pringle of Scotland, Roksanda, Roland Mouret, Ryan Lo, Sophia Webster, Temperley London and TOPSHOP UNIQUE will also be on schedule to showcase their latest collections.
150 designers are showcasing in the Designer Showrooms at The Store Studios, 180 Strand, taking over more wings of the building than ever before