London Fashion Week postponed many of its events when the Queen died — here’s when they’re taking place
, 2022-09-30 15:52:56,
Get your best outfits ready: a city-wide celebration of London fashion is coming and you’re invited.
The British Fashion Council has announced new dates for the celebration of London Fashion Week, after scheduled events were postponed during the national period of morning following the Queen’s passing.
From October 6 to 13, “a curated programme of unique experiences, events and promotions” is to be held as an opportunity for the people of London to get involved and learn more about the industry.
In a statement from BFC CEO Caroline Rush the group said their aim is to “engage communities throughout London to get involved with fashion and to showcase the creativity, diversity and openness London is known for”.
Expect fabulous parties, spectacular shopping events and the long-awaited Raf Simons show, which will be held on October 13.
Gavin Bond: Being There at Hamiltons Gallery
Supermodel secrets is a statement laden with clickbait glory but in this exhibition you can marvel at the proximity of Gavin Bond’s camera to the fashion icons of the 90s.
Immerse yourself in behind-the-scene imagery from fashion’s most fabulous time with a showcase honouring the celebrity photographer’s unseen imagery, presented by Moët & Chandon and Claridge’s at Claridge’s ArtSpace. If you won’t be able to make it in the week, the exhibition will be open until October 29th.
Oct 6th-29th, 13 Carlos Place, W1K…
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