The British Fashion Council (BFC) has released the schedule for London Fashion Week (LFW), presented by Clearpay, which will run from Friday 18th to Tuesday 22nd February 2022.
The format will be a digital-physical hybrid, showcasing both womenswear and menswear brands. The schedule includes over 131 confirmed participating designers/organisations and 37 catwalk shows, 9 presentations, 5 appointments, 34 events and 65 digital activations available on the Official Digital Hub, londonfashionweek.co.uk
Explore the full list of designers. Returning this season is the City-Wide Celebration programme, a full schedule of events and activations open to the public over LFW.
Running from Friday 18th to Tuesday 22nd February 2022 alongside the LFW show schedule, City-Wide Celebration aims to unite London in a festival of creativity and innovation. Further details will be announced closer to the event.
The BFC is working closely with the UK Government to ensure that the event follows relevant guidelines. The safety of those working at the event and of all guests is of paramount importance. It is therefore important that the guidelines are adhered to. The latest guidelines can be found on the LFW website and are regularly updated and communicated to the relevant stakeholders.
Accreditation for fashion industry professionals planning on attending the physical catwalk shows and activations is open. The LFW digital platform is freely accessible to everyone, industry professionals and global fashion consumers alike, showcasing digital content from the designers, enabling collaboration and bringing together fashion, culture and technology.
Submit your accreditation for the physical events.
The generosity and commitment of partners is more vital than ever. London Fashion Week's Principal Partner is Clearpay. Official Partners are Evening Standard, IBM, JD.COM, INC, JOOR, The Londoner, Royal Salute. DHL, Fora, Getty Images are Official Suppliers. Official Supporters are the Department for International Trade, European Regional Development Fund and the Mayor of London.
Image source: Backstage, Paul Costelloe SS20, Liam Furneaux/BFC.