In September, after 18 months of uncertainty, London Fashion Week will return to its original model of a mix of physical and digital displays.
Because of this, the biennial event was primarily conducted online during the epidemic, with only a handful of real-life catwalks scheduled, all of which were subjected to strict social distancing precautions.
With prominent companies such as Simone Rocha, Richard Quinn, Erdem, and Roksanda all hosting physical shows, London Fashion Week is (nearly) back to its previous state of calm.
Aside from that, newcomers such as Nensi Dojaka and KNWLS will take to the runway with shows hosted at the British Fashion Council’s new TikTok venue, while gender-bending designer Harris Reed will make his debut at London Fashion Week, much to the delight of the fashion community.
London Fashion Week Tickets
London Fashion Week is an invitation-only event, which means that the general public is not permitted to attend.
Because so many of London Fashion Week’s events have gone digital during the epidemic, numerous designers have chosen to continue with this new virtual mode of presenting their collections, which is typically in the form of short films.
As a result, members of the public will be able to watch the films on the BFC website as soon as they are made available to them.