LFW (London Fashion Week) is a popular clothing trade show known to take place in February and September in the British Capital. It’s among the ‘Big Four’ fashion weeks and presents itself as a trade event attracting press attention.
History of LFW
Learn About LFW History
Organised by the BFC(British Fashion Council) for the London Development Agency (LDA) with help from the BIS, LFW first took place in 1983. The show was held in West London in a car park, and tents were erected outside the Commonwealth Institute in South Kensington. Young designers who debuted here include David Fielden, Betty Jackson and the Gibraltar-born John Galliano.
Visitors Will See New Collections from World’s Best Designers London Fashion Week 2023 promises to offer unmissable fashion events to the British Capital. Visitors will get a chance to see the latest catwalk ranges and hear from industry experts. LFW activities celebrate some of the latest trends from over 100 international and British designers, spanning menswear, womenswear and gender-neutral designs. The five-day LFW festival runs as a digital-first festival, and there’s a limited number of RSVP-required in-person and invitation-only events. Visitors should expect exhilarating shows from big names, including Simone Rocha, Richard Quinn and Roksanda.
There will also be rising-star designers, such as Halpern, Knwls and Nensi Dojaka. London Fashion Week showcases some of the most exciting new talents in the industry, thanks to the presence in the British Capital of some of the leading fashion universities and colleges.
Visitors should not miss the LFW 2023, as it will allow them to delve into the latest womenswear, menswear and gender-neutral collections.