The most important event in the fashion calendar, fashion week comprises a programme of shows and presentations which offer the world’s best fashion designers the opportunity to showcase their latest collections to a host of buyers, media, influencers and celebrities.
Although today, there are numerous fashion weeks throughout the world, those held biannually in the fashion capitals of Paris, London, New York and Milan (known as ‘The Big Four’) remain the most prestigious, and every year, continue to attract the industry’s most influential figures from across the globe.
Held every February and September, London Fashion Week, features the work of over 250 designers and brands, from iconic, world-renowned fashion-houses like Burberry to exciting up and comers, the week long programme encompasses catwalk shows, collection launches, presentations, films, exhibitions, and a host of unique events, a number of which are open to the public
Visit the official fashion week website for details of public events and to register/book your tickets in advance.
Although the exact dates of Fashion Week usually differ slightly every year, they are always held between Feb - early March, and September - early October.
Yes, London Fashion Week Festival and many other events have an 18 and over policy.