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As London Fashion Week Kicks Off, These Are the Shows That You Won’t Want to Miss

From Rejina Pyo, to Simone Rocha.
David Koma SS22

London Fashion Week kicks off today, with many designers presenting their AW22 collections – but which should you be keeping a close eye on?

Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic – not to mention Storm Eunice, which has reared its ugly head just in time for LFW – it always brings a feast for the eyes, and this season will be no different.

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While previous events have been watchable from the comfort of your sofa, this year brings back the original format of physical shows amongst the most prestigious designers, such as Molly Goddard, Richard Quinn and Simone Rocha.

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Here’s what you need to know about LFW as it happens — from the designers to watch, to how to tune in if you’re hiding from the storm.

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When is London Fashion Week?

LFW happens twice a year in February and September. 

The February event will see collections for autumn winter 2022 showcased, while the September shows will present spring summer 2023 collections.

It kicked off today, February 18th, and will go on until Tuesday 22nd.

Is London Fashion Week 2022 open to the public?

In the past, LFW was exclusive to those who were invited by designers and accredited by the British Fashion Council (BFC). Fashion industry experts — from buyers to bloggers — could apply to be accredited by the BFC so they could get tickets to their chosen shows.

If you’re looking to get accredited for next season, head to the London Fashion Week website to apply. But make sure to be quick because tickets are sent out early.

However, the pandemic has led LFW to pivot to a phygital (a mix of physical and digital) format. This has given the public the opportunity to catch shows without a need for tickets.

The catch, of course, is that we can only watch them on our screens.  

How to watch London Fashion Week 2022

If you choose to catch the shows at home, you can do so by tuning in to the livestreams hosted on the LFW website.

READ MORE: How to Get into London Fashion Week

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London Fashion Week 2022 schedule

18 February

LFW kicks off today, and despite the terrible weather, it’s still set to be an inspiring and exciting today.

Bora Aksu, Paul Costelloe, Rixo and Mark Fast will be presenting their AW22 collections, while there are exclusively digital events happening across the capital too.

If you’re not there, fear not; you can tune in on the London Fashion Week website to see all the actions as it happens.

09:30 – 18:30 EDELINE LEE

11:00 Bora Aksu

11:30 – 13:30 Paul Costelloe

13:00 Poster Girl

16:00 On|Offpresents Jack Irving –Catwalk

16.30 – 18.30 Rixo

17:00 Mark Fast

18:00 Matty Bovan

19 February

09:30 – 18:30 EDELINE LEE

11:00 Eudon Choi

12:00 Ahluwalia

14:00 Molly Goddard

15:00 Huishan Zhang



19:00 Labrum London

20:00 Richard Quinn

20 February

11:00 16Arlington

13:00 yuhan wang

16:00 David Koma

18:00 Simone Rocha


21 February


13:00 Preen by Thornton Bregazzi


15:00 Erdem

16:00 PAUL & JOE

16:30 – 18:30 Feng Chen Wang

18:00 Rejina Pyo

22 February

8:30 – 10:30 Bethany Williams

11:30 – 13:30 Completedworks

13:00 KWK by KAY KWOK

You can see the full schedule here.


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