London's Diverse Fashion Culture
Fashion Week | 14th - 18th February 2020
It’s the time of year that models, buyers, editors and designers spend months preparing for: London Fashion Week. Following in the footsteps of New York’s counterpart, London Fashion Week is defined by its dynamic dichotomy between the emerging talents and the established.
London Fashion Week is an invite-only event, however, London Fashion Week Festival, which takes place the weekend after the main event, is a ticketed event that gives fashion fans the opportunity to attend catwalk shows and panel talks hosted by industry experts.
London Fashion Week is all about the amalgamation between heritage brands and fresh talent. While established brands such as Erdem and Christopher Kane are always highlights on the schedule, this season all eyes will once again be on Burberry, which will present its second collection under the reins of artistic director Riccardo Tisci, who took over from Christopher Bailey in March last year.
Positive Fashion Designer Exhibition
Located at The Store X, 180 Strand London Fashion Week in February will be the first of the four global Fashion Week’s to embrace inclusivity, opening the doors to both trade and the public to join a celebration of Positive Fashion.
The Designer Showroom has been re-launched with a focus on Positive Fashion - the BFC’s Initiative designed to champion industry best practice led by our three Positive Fashion pillars: Sustainability, Equality & Diversity, Craftsmanship & Community.
The Positive Fashion Designer Exhibition will be the place for guests to discover new brands and immersive experiences that explore the most compelling stories around sustainability, craftsmanship and ethics.