The shows, the launches and news. Everything you need to know is in our A&E guide to London Fashion Week.
15 -19 September
Various venues throughout the city but the main site is Brewer Street Car Park in Soho.
Designers We Can’t Wait To See
Burberry, Temperley, Versus, Emporio Armani, Erdem, Emilia Wickstead and Ralph & Russo.
New to the schedule this season are Emporio Armani who will show to coincide with the re-launch of their London flagship store. Tommy Hilfiger skipped New York to debut his latest TOMMYNOW see-now buy-now collection with Gigi Hadid in an undisclosed location. Most excitedly, British brand Ralph & Russo, one of the hottest tickets during Paris Couture schedule, will debut their first ever ready-to-wear collection.
In Your Diary
If you can’t attend the Emporio Armani’s first runway show during LFW on 17 September, head to the opening of its New Bond Street flagship store.
A cult brand Fiorucci, a big hit with the millennials, is relaunching with an opening of a Soho store on September 16.
The much anticipated Uniqlo x JW Anderson collaboration will land in stores on September 19. The collection nods to the British heritage with quilted tartan puffers and classic trench coatS.
From September 18 at Old Sessions House you can check out the new Burberry exhibition of British photography titled BURBERRY PRESENTS ‘HERE WE ARE’ that celebrates the new collection and is curated by Christopher Bailey himself.
Also on on September 18, beauty fans should head down to the NARS Cosmetics London store for the launch of the limited edition Chrome Couture Collection, a series curated by Christopher Kane. It will be available immediately after his SS18 runway show.
Manolo Blahnik documentary, Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards, with cameos from celebrities such as Rihanna, will premiere during LFW and takes an intimate look at one of the most iconic shoe designers in the world.
There’s plenty to see on the streets of London including a window installation at The Mayfair Hotel to showcase a piece of artwork designed by internationally renowned British creative Emilia Wickstead.
Must-Have Boots For LFW