Missed London Fashion Week (LFW)? No problem.
While the latest event has wrapped up, many of the shows were presented digitally and livestreamed, meaning you can still catch up from the comfort of your sofa.
Designers including Halpern, Vivienne Westwood and Rejina Pyo showcased their SS22 collections to the public, with many physical shows returning for the first time in a long time.
Of course many also returned digitally following the pandemic, which saw Fashion Week taking place exclusively online.
So grab a cuppa and get cosy as there’s plenty you can still watch, even after LFW has finished.
How can I watch London Fashion Week?
All of the LFW shows can be found on londonfashionweek.co.uk.
Simply find the designer you want to watch and click ‘Watch’.
Many designers also livestreamed their shows on social media, so you can also watch their SS22 shows on Instagram or YouTube.
London Fashion Week Highlights
Can I still watch the London Fashion Week shows if I don’t work in fashion?
You can watch some of the shows on the LFW digital platform for free, whether you work in fashion or not.
If you’re looking for accreditation, read our guide on how to get into LFW.
In September 2020, there was a mixture of digital and physical events. 71 shows were broadcast at LFW in September 2020, while there were only 7 that were exclusively physical.
It was the first ever LFW which anyone in the world could tune into, bringing fashion week to the public domain for the very first time.
We believe fashion is something everyone should enjoy at Wear Next, so we’re glad to know that this is something the British Fashion Council has continued to implement.
Will London Fashion Week Festival still be running in 2021?
Before Covid-19 reared its ugly head, Fashion Week was brought to the public in the form of London Fashion Week Festival – a 10-day event across the capital, that saw catwalk shows, industry talks and exclusive shopping to the public.
While it didn’t take place in September 2020 and isn’t set to take place this year, it had previously been running for over 20 years and we’re seeing its resumption now that the country is starting to recover from the pandemic.
This season saw London open up in a City Wide Celebration, which saw many venues accessible to the public.