Fashion East, Matty Bovan, Marta Jackubowski, Marques Almeida, Molly Goddard, Simone Rocha, Ashish, Supriya Lele...
Yuhan Wang, Ashley Williams, Richard Malone, Charlotte Knowles, Matty Bovan, Fashion East, Marques'Almeida, Molly Goddard, Mimi Wade, Richard Quinn, MM6 Margiela and JW Anderson.
With the likes of Molly Goddard, Conner Ives, Nensi Dojaka, Ahluwalia and Fashion East, this is your one-stop fashion week spot for the London collections.
Ahluwalia, Art School, Saul Nash, Central Saint Martins, Matty Bovan, Molly Goddard, Bianca Saunders, Vivienne Westwood, Miles George Daniel, Burberry, JordanLuca, Simone Rocha, JW Anderson...
From lots of fabric to, um, very little fabric indeed, here are all the looks you’ll be clamouring for next spring.
Jordan Luca, Paria Farzaneh, Bethany Williams, Robyn Lynch, Nicholas Daley, Charles Jeffrey, Stefan Cooke, Wales Bonner, Art School, Martine Rose.
Never mind it being a quiet one this season: Martine Rose, Ahluwalia and Robyn Lynch still flew the flag for Great British fashion.
After a busy year, sustainably-minded designer Priya Ahluwalia presents her biggest and most accomplished collection to date, transcending time, borders and generations.
Jordan Bowen and Luca Marchetto have drawn inspiration from their experiences in recovery from addiction, putting together a sombre collection that refutes our collective obsession with the future.
Eden Loweth, the creative mind behind the gender-fluid London label, is ready to go at it alone. Tomorrow he’ll be showing his first collection as creative director, titled Therapy. Is he nervous? Let’s find out.
Welcoming Chet Lo to this season’s roster, Fashion East saw Maximilian, Goom Heo, HRH and Jawara Alleyne present electric London fashion for the masses.
This season, Jordan Bowen and Luca Marchetto have returned to the runway with a collection that doubles down on the importance of the present moment, via elevated jersey pieces, silk suiting and lightweight knitwear.
There’s a palpable confidence in Eden Loweth’s second season at the helm of his brand since the departure of his partner. This season, there’s a refined attitude and a broader spectrum of political messaging throughout.
...and introduces womenswear for the first time, while taking the gong for the BFC/GQ Designer Menswear Fund this year, announced today.
In an experimental AW21 collection titled Superimpose, the menswear designer explores the offbeat works of Man Ray, Erwin Wurm and Jean Cocteau for pieces that defy gravity and play to her strengths.
Making clothes for men to move, the innovative designer places emphasis on reimagining the needs and wants of his wearer. This season, he takes his vision to new heights, with a personal narrative.