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Versus Versace makes London Fashion Week return

London Fashion Week’s full September 2016 schedule reveals Versus Versace’s return to the city and designers including Burberry and Anya Hindmarch’s plans to show both men’s and women’s collections.

Burberry Womenswear London Fashion Week SS16

Burberry Womenswear London Fashion Week SS16

Burberry Womenswear London Fashion Week SS16

London Fashion Week’s schedule for September 2016 features Versus Versace’s return to London, and brands such as Burberry, Anya Hindmarch, Teatum Jones and Paul Costelloe to show both their men’s and women’s collections during the five day event.

The event will run from Friday 16 September until Tuesday 20 September. Teatum Jones will open the event at the British Fashion Council show space, which is returning to its new home of Brewer Street Car Park in Soho. This season the Topshop Show Space will be housed at Old Spitalfields market.

The Versus Versace show is set to take place on Saturday, joining London Fashion Week regulars House of Holland, JW Anderson and Simone Rocha. Christopher Kane, Topshop Unique, Mary Katrantzou and Mulberry will also show in London once again, alongside Newgen designers including Paula Knorr, Ashley Williams, Ryan Lo and Molly Goddard.

Earlier this week it was announced that Vivienne Westwood will be returning to showing both her men’s and women’s collections in London. The British designer will be showing at London Fashion Week Men’s from January 2017. 

 

 

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