27 April 2015

London Fashion Week moves to London's Soho

The British Fashion Council has announced that the 62nd edition of London Fashion Week, taking place in September, will relocate to Brewer Street in London's Soho. This new central London location fulfils the BFC’s goal to host London Fashion Week in the West End, providing an epicentre for a city-wide fashion celebration with close proximity to major retail spaces. Spanning two floors of the Brewer Street Car Park, the new central LFW venue will play host to designer catwalk shows in the BFC Show Space and the Designer Showrooms where over a hundred designers will exhibit their collections to an audience of UK and international press, buyers and stylists. The flexible space will also be used for LFW guest registration, a photographers’ area and press, buyer and sponsor spaces. The move to Brewer Street sees London Fashion Week increase its footprint across the capital and marks the next stage in the evolution of the biannual event, which has previously been located at Somerset House, the Natural History Museum, Duke of York Square and Battersea Park. In a bid to drive city-wide support, this season’s LFW showrooms, catwalk and event schedule will be accompanied by a programme of free talks open to the public. London Fashion Week takes place from 18-22 September. The provisional schedule will be announced w/c 20 July 2015.

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