How to Watch London Fashion Week at Home

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London Fashion Week has officially kicked off, but if you’re staying inside today you can still tune in.

Storm Eunice is set to wreak havoc on UK travel today, so there’s no need to get on the train if you can help it.

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Luckily it’s easy to watch LFW from the comfort of your own home.

Yuhan Wang SS22
Yuhan Wang SS22

Designers including Halpern, Mark Fast and Rejina Pyo are set to showcase their AW22 collections, with physical shows making a comeback.

Of course many have 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 to feast your eyes on.

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How can I watch London Fashion Week?

You can tune into all of the LFW shows live on londonfashionweek.co.uk.

Many designers will also livestream their shows on social media, so you can also watch their AW222 shows on Instagram or YouTube.

simone rocha aw21
Simone Rocha AW21

London Fashion Week Highlights

This week’s schedule includes Halpern, Rejina Pyo, Simone Rocha and many more designers to get excited about.

Read more about this week’s schedule.

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.

5 women in black at fashion week

In September 2020, there was a mixture of digital and physical events. 71 shows were broadcast, 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.