London Fashion Week Spring and Autumn 17
The final shows of the autumn 17 season, from London Fashion Week’s official “One to Watch”, Richard Malone, to growing talent Marques Almeida.
The latest womenswear and menswear graduates from London’s illustrious Central Saint Martins MA course took to the catwalk of London Fashion Week to unveil their final collections.
London catwalks: the buyer's view, day fiveSubscription
After five days of London Fashion Week shows, Matchesfashion.com’s buying director, Natalie Kingham, discusses her standout shows and emerging trends to know.
Burberry’s Christopher Bailey on his artful Henry Moore-inspired collection, plus other hightlights from the fourth day of London Fashion Week.
London catwalks: the buyer's view, day fourSubscription
London’s creativity and the trend for sparkle excites Browns’ buying director Laura Larbalestier on the forth day of London Fashion Week.
London catwalks: day three highlights including Mulberry, Topshop, Preen and Peter PilottoSubscription
The key collections from the third day of London Fashion Week, as English heritage meets sultry sensuality and high street party girls.
London catwalks: the buyer's view, day threeSubscription
Net-a-Porter’s retail fashion director Lisa Aiken discusses London’s ”hotbed of creativity and newness”, including her standout collections and trends to know from the third day of London Fashion Week.
Everything you need to know from the second day of London Fashion Week, including catwalk debuts and London’s brightest stars,
London catwalks: the buyer's view, day twoSubscription
Get the London Fashion Week buyer’s view from Selfridges womenswear buying manager Heather Gramston, including her standout shows and trends of note.
From new names like Marta Jakubowski, up-and-coming designers like Ashley Williams and heritage brands such as Daks, there was lots on offer at day one of London Fashion Week.