REBEL: 30 Years of London Fashion
Looking to cheer up your dreary winter and beat those January blues, look no further than the return of the illustrious London Fashion Week!
From the 16th to the 20th of February, join designers, dazzling stars and fashion enthusiasts from across the globe in celebrating London Fashion Week’s 40th anniversary, with a sneak peek into autumn’s best fashion and upcoming trends.
Whether you are hoping to have the first glimpse of the 2024 schedule or are looking for a wealth of local recommendations to make the most of your trip to London, browse The Resident’s guide to London Fashion Week below.
This year’s London Fashion Week is set to feature a variety of distinct designers across both menswear and womenswear, including recent BFC NEWGEN designers- exciting emerging talents in fashion, as well as legendary fashion houses including Burberry.
Friday 16th February: The LFW Celebrations Begin
This year, London Fashion Week is set to begin in style with their traditional British Fashion Council Network Breakfast, where budding talents and industry experts come together to look ahead to the future of fashion.
Shortly following this, Irish fashion legend Paul Costelloe will kick off a series of catwalk shows, as he debuts his autumn and winter collections for the first time. Other highlights of the day will include catwalks and presentations from Edward Crutchley, Huishan Zhang, Natasha Zinko and the Central St Martins University MA showcase.
Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th of February: Futuristic Fashion and a New Generation of Designers
The future of fashion takes centre stage during London Fashion Week’s weekend presentations, beginning with the futuristic stylings of SRVC, followed by a number of NEWGEN talents taking to the catwalk. Promising talents to keep an eye out for include Robyn Lynch, Ancuța Sarca and LABRUM London. The weekend’s presentations will conclude with Charlie Constantinou’s sci-fi-inspired autumn collection.
Monday the 19th of February: Burberry Take the Catwalk
The penultimate day of the London Fashion Week will begin with a presentation from beloved British Canadian designer, Edeline Lee, whose work has been famously seen worn by the Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton. Shortly after renowned designers Susan Fang and Ray Chu are set to take the spotlight with their breathtaking new collections. London Fashion Week’s presentations will end with a bang, as household name and legendary fashion house Burberry conclude the catwalks as they debut their fall and winter collection for the first time.
Tuesday 20th February: Celebrating 40 years of London Fashion Week
While many of the last fashion presentations are set to finish on the 19th of February, the final day of London Fashion Week will pay tribute to the 40-year legacy of fashion, culture and innovation showcased by the event, with a celebratory brunch arranged to mark the occasion, featuring several familiar faces from fashion and pop culture. Finally, the week will conclude with Leblon London’s Runway AW24 Showcase and Drinks Reception, drawing to a close another year of tremendous design and exciting talents.
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