It might seem like just yesterday that London Fashion Week took place, but the next LFW is just around the corner – and this time, the shows are really back.
Despite the Coronavirus pandemic, London Fashion Week is of course still going ahead. Running from 17 to 21 September 2021, many shows will be presented as physical events, while a handful will will be digital, showcasing SS21-22 collections.
The provisional schedule was recently released, with designers Halpern, Vivienne Westwood and Rejina Pyo as part of the line-up.
Want to tune in? Read on to find out how to watch the shows from the comfort of your own home.
How can I watch London Fashion Week 2021?
Last season, all the shows were broadcast on londonfashionweek.co.uk and this will be where you can watch the LFW shows live at home in September.
However not all shows will be available to live stream, so check the schedule to stay updated.
Which designers will be showcasing their collections at London Fashion Week 2021?
Halpern, Paul Costelloe, Vivienne Westwood, Rejina Pyo, Bora Aksu and David Koma are just some of the names showcasing their collections at September’s LFW.
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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.
Simply head to londonfashionweek.co.uk
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 hope this is something the British Fashion Council continues to implement for years to come.
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 expecting it to resume when the country starts to recover from the pandemic.