Alexander McQueen and Mulberry are both planning a return to London Fashion Week for the autumn 16 season in February, the British Fashion Council has revealed.
Kering-owned McQueen is moving its runway show from Paris, where it has been since 2001, back to London for a one-off show.
It means the British brand will rejoin the likes of Burberry, JW Anderson and Christopher Kane at the five-day event, which runs from February 19-23 2016.
Mulberry will also stage a runway presentation, showing the first line under new creative director Johnny Coca, who joined from Céline in July.
The classic British brand has not shown a collection at LFW since former chief executive Emma Hill left the business in 2013.
As previously announced, Jonathan Saunders and Hunter are not on the schedule for autumn 16.
Saunders has stepped down as creative director of his eponymous label, which will close when spring 16 orders have been fulfilled.
Lifestyle brand Hunter is pulling out of LFW to focus on increasing its presence at festivals.