London Fashion Week paid to tribute Queen Elizabeth II

London Fashion Week started from an all-black opening look to models holding a picture of Queen Elizabeth, London Fashion Week began with tributes to the late monarch as fashionistas paid their respects during the period of national mourning. Organisers announced last week that London Fashion Week would go ahead as a “business-to-business event” while observing royal protocol and holding tributes for the 96-year-old queen who died on Sept. 8.

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Upcoming London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week presented by Clearpay will take place from 16th – 20th September 2022 as a digital-physical hybrid, showcasing both womenswear and menswear brands. The LFW digital platform is freely accessible to everyone, industry professionals and global fashion consumers alike, showcasing digital content from the designers, enabling collaboration and bringing together fashion, culture and technology. The British Fashion Council membership programme provides access to networking, industry insights and our international professional network to develop or enhance business collaborations. Read more

Milan Fashion Week Men’s June 2022

Happening twice a year in Milan, Milan Fashion Week Men’s(Milano Moda Uomo) is a reference point for the latest trends in men’s fashion. On this occasion, the new-ins in prêt-à-porter and accessories for men for the Spring/Summer 2023 seasonare previewed to the press and to professionals in the fashion sector: During the Fashion Week, some of the most important destinations in the city including exhibition spaces and showrooms are enlivened by parades, presentation and reserved events featuring the participation of the best Italian designers.

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Vivacious Milan Fashion Week Fall 2022

The spotlights are set once again on the best of Italian and international new trends for her on the occasion of the Fall/Winter edition of Milano Fashion Week Women’s (also known as Milano Moda Donna). Dates 22 Feb, 2022 – 28 Feb, 2022 For seven days different locations in the city serve as the backdrop to the previews of new trends in pret-a-porter and accessories for Fall/Winter 2023.
Together with Paris, New York and London, Milan reconfirms its role as one of the capitals of fashion by hosting over 170 events among runways, special events, presentations, previews and side events. Read more

London Fashion Week February 2022 presented by Clearpay results

LFW February presented by Clearpay took place Friday 18th to Tuesday 22nd February 2022. The hybrid digital-physical schedule will continue to incorporate catwalk shows, presentations, appointments, and events throughout London, as well as digital content available here on the Official Digital Hub.

No matter where you are, experience the future of fashion this London Fashion Week with Clerarpay.This February, Clearpay continues  to shape a more accessible future of fashion through inspiring innovation. With continued commitment to London Fashion Week, Clearpay will champion British fashion by empowering British designers to innovate with a focus on accessibility. Read more

Pretty Fashion Fixes from &Daughter

&Daughter launches the Winter Market, celebrating the brand’s collaboration with a community of hand-knitters, embroiderers, heritage mills and makers. 20% of proceeds will go to the charity Refuge, which supports women and children suffering from domestic violence. The collection is full of bright and uplifting knitwear and accessories, including patchwork stripes; multicoloured sheep, Fairisle and flower motifs; bold stripes in vibrant colours, and also Aran knit pieces. A very special collaboration with British & Irish mills and makers, celebrating the brilliance of modern craftsmanship and the finest, natural, locally sourced yarns. Read more

Paris fashion week closes with Spectacular Albert Elbaz Runaway tribute Show Love brings Love!

The fashion world mourn the loss of designer Alber Elbaz last April. Elbaz helped breathe new life to the house of Lanvin where he created clothes that celebrated women. He was a designer who loved women and never objectified them. His collections for Lanvin were a brilliant mix of the sensual and powerful, glamorous and for lack of a better word – wearable. There was romance to the dresses he spun from vibrant silks and tulle but there was also an edge with his deployment of unfinished edges and exposed zippers. His designs drew a battalion of fans from celebrities like Beyonce, Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore and Meryl Streep to everyday women who wanted clothes that enhanced their beauty. Read more

Bright outcome from Hybrid and entirely Gender – neutral London Fashion week

After 18 months of uncertainty, London Fashion Week will take place in a hybrid physical and digital format in September. During the pandemic, the biannual event took place mostly online, with just a handful of real-life catwalks on the schedule that came with stringent social distancing measures. Now, though, LFW was (almost) back to normal, with major brands including Simone Rocha, Richard Quinn, Erdem, and Roksanda all staging physical shows in addition we sow a number of landmark menswear moments taking centre stage. Read more

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at the London Fashion Week on 17-21 September 2021

London Fashion Week strengthen British Fashion in the global fashion economy as a leader in responsible creative businesses. Empower and engage all within the British Fashion industry to play their part in positive growth. At the British Fashion Council values the differences that a diverse workforce brings to the organisation and are fully committed to the elimination of unlawful and unfair discrimination. Current values are clear: To focus on forces for Change; to be United; to strive for Excellence and to be Innovative. Central to these values is the commitment to champion diversity, equity and inclusion and work together to deliver positive change. Read more

MODA – the heart of UK Fashion

Known as the National Footwear Show, Moda is one of the UK’s longest standing fashion trade shows. Located in the heart of the UK, at the NEC Birmingham 5-8 September 2021. Moda is an essential hub for creativity, collaboration and trading within the fashion community. This September, Moda will be co-located with Autumn Fair, the season’s most important home, gift and fashion retail trade event. Sitting alongside Jewellery & Watch and Fashion (JWF), Moda will form part of a wider fashion destination offering access to the latest collections, inspiring trends and excellent crossover buying opportunities. Read more