London Fashion Week Schedule Of Events, Open To The Public

All the below activities and events are open to the public during London Fashion Week.

Thursday 21st – Sunday 24th September

London Fashion Week Festival now welcomes over 14,000 people across the four-days of LFW with curated shopping galleries from over 150 international and British brands, catwalk shows, industry talks and style presentations.

New comers to the LFWF are designers Bora Aksu, Edeline Lee, Fyodor Golan and Galvan. They will showcase their AW17 collections on the catwalk open to the public. The BFC have also curated a series of educational and exclusive talks from industry insiders hosted by stylist and fashion expert Martha Ward. Speakers include catwalk designers ASHISH, Alice Temperley and Fyodor Golan; a careers in fashion talk from some top fashion editors; curators from the V&A discussing their Balenciaga exhibit, a Maybelline New York masterclass and a hair trends tutorial from TONI&GUY x Label.M.

Friday 15th September

As London Fashion Week’s Official Live Partner, Yahoo Style will be livestreaming every show in the BFC Show Space on 15th September. You can view the livestream on their dedicated LFW site.Watch them online at yahoo.com/style or londonfashionweek.com

BURBERRY PRESENTS ‘HERE WE ARE’: Old Sessions House, 22 Clerkenwell Green, EC1R 0NA

Monday 18th September – Sunday 1st October

Introducing a new exhibition of British photography to celebrate the September 2017 collection. Curated by Burberry’s Christopher Bailey and Lucy Moore, co-curated by Alasdair McLellan. A series of workshops will also run within the venue – https://uk.burberry.com/london-fashion-week/september-show-2017/the-exhibition/

Tuesday 19th September

Tommy Hilfiger will reveal their most recent collaboration with Gigi Hadid, amongst other collections, at an appropriately massive see-now buy-now show in London next week.

Saturday 16th – Thursday 21st September

As part of its first season as an Official Partner with the British Fashion Council and London Fashion Week, New Look will be giving customers an insider’s look at LFW through exclusive behind the scenes content. New Look will be hosting in-store customer events across the weekend at its Oxford Circus store on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th.

Follow @newlookfashion or visit newlook.com for further details.

Saturday 16th – Sunday 17th September

During the weekend of London Fashion Week NOWNESS will present The Gate, the debut single from Bjork’s upcoming album, with a film screening at the Store Studios. The music video has been created by Andrew Thomas Huang, Bjork, Alessandro Michele and James Merry. Screenings are free and open to the public.

The Store Studios, Surrey Street, London WC2R 3DA

Thursday 14th – Wednesday 20th September

The BFC will be taking London Fashion Week content nationwide, screening highlights to outdoor screens across Birmingham, Leeds, London, Liverpool, Manchester and Newcastle.

To celebrate LFW, The May Fair Hotel has created an installation in its windows to showcase a piece of artwork designed by internationally renowned British designer Emilia Wickstead. themayfairhotel.co.uk/lfw

Monday 18th – Sunday 24th September

Design Frontier at Somerset House: From Harry Beck’s iconic map design for the London Underground to creatives like Vivienne Westwood and Gareth Pugh pushing the boundaries of fashion, London has long been regarded as the center for design innovation. Design Frontiers cements that reputation, with thought-provoking and inspiring work from the 30 designers renowned for shaping and leading their respective disciplines. somersethouse.org.uk/whats-on/design-frontiers

Somerset House: Strand, London, WC 2R

Friday 8th September – Saturday 13th January

Fashion Together spotlights collaborations by Rick Owens and Michèle Lamy, Nick Knight and Daphne Guinness, Shaun Leane and Alexander McQueen, Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Gareth Pugh and Ruth Hogben, and Thom Browne and Stephen Jones. Never-before-seen photographs and sketches sit alongside garments, films, photo prints and recordings of the pairs in conversation with the curator, Lou Stoppard. The show focuses on the process and output of the duos, and showcases the work of individuals from a broad range of roles within the fashion industry. fashionspacegallery.com/exhibition/fashion-together/

Fashion Space Gallery, LCF, 20 John Princes Street, London W1G 0BJ