Why we’re looking forward to London Fashion Week 2020
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The future of fashion week this year has been up in the air, due to the ongoing global pandemic, however we are starting to get a bit of clarity regarding the September shows. Paris Fashion Week will be going ahead with a mix of physical and digital shows, and so will New York Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week and of course London Fashion Week.
The BFC announced that this September, the schedule has been split into three sections and includes brands showing digitally, physically or both. Here’s everything you need to know about this season’s happenings…
London Fashion Week 2020 dates
This season, LFW will take place from Thursday 17th to Tuesday 22nd February – just after New York Fashion Week.
London Fashion Week 2020 tickets
The physical shows will be even more restricted in terms of seating, to follow the government guidelines on social distancing, so for those ticket requests will be handled by the designers’ PRs and will be limited to press, buyers, and celebrities. However the good news is that the digital shows will be accessible to everyone, so you can view them from the comfort of your own home on the London Fashion Week website, as well as on social media.
Tickets are available in both standard and VIP access and grant full access to the London Fashion Week Hub, previously exclusively open to press, industry and media.
London Fashion Week 2020 schedule
This LFW will be a gender neutral showcase of the Spring/Summer 2021 collections of 80 designers including 40 womenswear, 15 menswear, 20 menswear & womenswear and five accessories brands. There will be a total of 50 digital only activations, 21 physical and digital, 7 physical only and 3 designers who will activate through a physical evening event only. Designers showing include Burberry, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Molly Goddard, Rixo, Erdem, JW Anderson amongst others.
The full schedule is available at londonfashionweek.co.uk, and you can keep up-to-date with the events as they happen through our best street style and catwalk looks edits, as well as all the gossip and trends.