British Fashion Council announces provisional schedule for London Fashion Week

Next month's event combines menswear and womenswear collections.
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It’s only been three months since the last London Fashion Week took place, but the event is back next month and the British Fashion Council (BFC) has now announced the provisional schedule.

London Fashion Week will run from Saturday 12th to Monday 14th June 2021, showcasing both menswear and womenswear collections for Autumn/Winter 21 as well as seasonless wholesale collections.

It’s a “digital first” event with a handful of “Covid-secure” physical events taking place, mainly in the evenings. This follows February’s event, which was also digital and saw the Autumn/Winter 2021 shows being livestreamed online from the likes of Simone Rocha, David Koma and Halpern.

It’s unknown whether September’s event, which will see the Spring/Summer 2022 collections being showcased, will also be online, or whether physical presentations will return.

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Which designers are showing collections at LFW in June 2021?

The full line-up so far is: Ahluwalia, av vattev, Bethany Williams, Dilara Findikoglu Ltd, JordanLuca, Liam Hodges, Lyph, Marques ‘ Almeida, Nicholas Daley, Olubiyi Thomas, Per Götesson, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Pronounce, Qasimi, Robyn Lynch, Staxx, Teija, University of Westminster, DiscoveryLab in collaboration with Toni&Guy featuring Abigail Ajobi, Auroboros, Azura Lovisa, Béhen, Chloe Baines, Djokic, Maxime, Mayyaagayeva, Noirgaze, Paolo Carzana, and Shek Leung.

The BFC has labelled AhluwaliaBethany WilliamsLiam HodgesNicholas DaleyPreen by Thornton Bregazzi as highlights of LFW next month. You can read the full provisional schedule, including dates and times of each show, here.

How to watch LFW

You can tune into the shows at London Fashion Week from the comfort of your own home as it’s being digitally presented on londonfashionweek.co.uk. Read more about how to watch LFW here.

Fashion week in London, Milan, Paris and New York was also livestreamed in February on each event’s respective website, which meant anyone could tune into the prestigious fashion shows from the world’s most respected and popular designers.

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