It’s official! Get ready to see a new season of designers and collections during London Fashion Week as it is scheduled to go ahead next month. However, expect all shows, presentations and installations to take place without a live audience.
The British Fashion Council announced the news earlier today, revealing in a statement that they had been “specifically discussing with Government the appropriate way forward with regards to London Fashion Week considering the current backdrop to a public health emergency. The organisation’s priority was to find a way for fashion businesses to continue to operate in a Covid secure way.”
The five-day event will be available to stream on LondonFashionWeek.co.uk and already, you can expect to see a line-up of designers including Erdem, Richard Quinn, Rixo, Temperley London and Richard Malone.
The move to go head as a digital-only event is understandable given the current pandemic and specifically, the UK’s increasing cases. Plus, it’ll be easier for us to screenshot and pin our favourite looks as soon as they unfold on the runway.
London Fashion Week is set to take place from February 19 – 23. As the full February schedule has yet to be published, make sure to stay tuned for more details.
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