Schedule is released for hybrid London Fashion Week
The British Fashion Council (BFC) has released the schedule for next month’s London Fashion Week. Once again sponsored by Clearpay, it will run from Friday, February 18 to Tuesday, February 22 as a digital-physical hybrid, showcasing both women’s and menswear brands.
More than 131 participating designers and organisations have confirmed that they’ll be there with 37 catwalk shows, nine presentations, five appointments, 34 events and 66 digital activations available on LFW’s digital hub.
But as well as the main schedule of events, the BFC is also repeating its City-Wide Celebration programme, a full schedule of events and activations open to the public during the week. It said this “aims to unite London in a festival of creativity and innovation”. The full schedule for this will be announced in the next few weeks.
As for the shows, digital events and presentations themselves, the first up is Nicholas Daley on Thursday evening, just ahead of the full opening.
Friday sees catwalks shows from Bora Aksu, Edward Crutchley, Rixo, Mark Fast and more. It’s also a big day for digital shows with key names such as Stephen Jones, and Palmer/Harding unveiling their AW22 collections.
On Saturday, Ahluwalia, Toga, Jens Laugesen, and Marques’ Almeida, among others, show their collections digitally, while physical shows include Molly Goddard, Scott Henshall, Halpern and Richard Quinn.
Continuing a busy weekend of physical events is Edeline Lee on Sunday, plus 16 Arlington, David Koma, Simone Rocha and Fashion East.
Monday brings more big-name shows from Roksanda, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Erdem, Rejina Pyo and Paul & Joe. Vivienne Westwood also shows digitally on the day.
And the final day of the fashion week sees a Bethany Williams presentation as well as Richard Malone and Emilia Wickstead showing digitally.
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