What is London Fashion Week?
The public is welcome to attend the retail-focused London Fashion Week Festival, which follows London Fashion Week and features the collections of regional designers.
Two times a year, in February and September, London hosts the fashion trade exhibition known as London Fashion Week, also abbreviated as LFW, which presents more than 250 designers to a large audience of prominent media and retailers from across the world to showcase and celebrate new designs and celebrate fashion. Along with New York, Milan, and Paris, it is one of the “Big Four” fashion weeks.
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London Fashion Week
The first London Fashion Week took place in 1984, and it is a bi-annual fashion exhibition that takes place in London. Its goal is to raise awareness of British fashion designers both domestically and abroad. In addition to holding a number of “on-schedule” shows, it also hosts “off-schedule” events. These “off-schedule” events, which are held at different locations in central London and are sponsored by private organisations, are intended to showcase emerging artists and those who cannot afford to participate in London Fashion Week. The public is welcome to attend the retail-focused London Fashion Week Festival, which follows London Fashion Week and features the collections of regional designers.
The London Fashion Week, which is put on by the British Fashion Council, a non-profit organisation, showcases designs from more than 250 designers to a global audience and generates an estimated 100 million pounds in sales each season.