Today, the British Fashion Council (BFC) is thrilled to announce the full catwalk schedule for the public facing shows at London Fashion Week this September.
Saturday 14th September
House of Holland & self-portrait
Sunday 15th September
Alongside the catwalk line-up, London Fashion Week ticket holders will also have access to panel discussions with key industry figures, who will share unprecedented insight to the fashion industry. Speakers include:
Tony and Grammy Award winning Entertainer and Actor
Instagram, Director Fashion Partnerships
House of Holland, Creative Director
InStyle USA, Editor in Chief
ES Magazine, Editor in Chief
Lindsay Peoples Wagner
Teen Vogue, Editor-in-Chief
As part of the new public-facing London Fashion Week proposition, the BFC has curated a Positive Fashion Designer Exhibition which will fully embrace #PositiveFashion, the initiative designed to celebrate industry best practice and encourage future business decisions to create positive change. #PositiveFashion is led by three key pillars: Sustainability, Equality & Diversity, Craftsmanship & Community; each brand showcasing in the Designer Exhibition answers to one or more of those pillars.
The BFC is today delighted to announce the designer brands and partners taking part in the Positive Fashion Designer Exhibition, which is open to both the trade and public audiences and is thrilled to give them a platform to tell their compelling stories and educate the audience on how the fashion industry can be used as a force for change*.
Arch & Hook BLUE
Graduate Fashion Week Presents: Hannah Stote, Janislav Solovjov, Mariah Esa and Sally
MARTINA SPETLOVA | MWOVEN
Stay Wild Swim
Stephen Webster – The story of London’s Jewellery Hub
TRASHMag Curates: Adam Jones, Alisa Ruzavina, Ben Sumpter, CONGREGATION Design, Coup, HERO, Hurtence, Leo Carlton, Lylies, Natalie Zipfl, Sophie Hird
We are also delighted to introduce a new format to the previously known NEWGEN Pop-Up Showroom, in the form of a retrospective of key looks from all our NEWGEN designers to represent their brand.
A-COLD-WALL* | Ahluwalia Studio | Alighieri | Art School | ASAI
Bethany Williams | Bianca Saunders | Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY | Eftychia (ONE TO WATCH)
Halpern| Isosceles | Matty Bovan | Nicholas Daley | paria/Farzaneh
Per Gson | Richard Malone | Richard Quinn | Roker
Stefan Cooke | Supriya Lele
For the very first time, the United Nations will bring the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, also known as The Global Goals to London Fashion Week. The Goals are a universal route map and call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that every global citizen enjoys peace and prosperity by 2030. The #TOGETHERBAND tapestry installation will be part of the Positive Fashion Exhibition, to introduce the London Fashion Week audience to the goals.
The generosity and commitment of our sponsors, suppliers and supporters is more vital than ever. Please help us by acknowledging their support for London Fashion Week September 2019: Official Sponsors: Evening Standard, JD.COM, INC., LAVAZZA, LetsBab, Mercedes-Benz, NIVEA, The May Fair Hotel, The Store X, TONI&GUY, WANG MAO, Official Suppliers: Bags of Ethics, Bare Minerals, DHL, evian, Fashion & Beauty Monitor, The Gel Bottle, Getty Images, Instagram, Larabar, Launchmetrics, S by Sloggi, With thanks to Propress, Seoulista Beauty and our Official Supporters: The Department for International Trade, The European Regional Development Fund and The Mayor of London.
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The London Fashion Week trade schedule is now live here
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