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London Fashion Week schedule – everything you need to know about the hottest shows and designers

London fashion week schedule

London is known for its famous designers – from Marques’Almeida to Victoria Beckham and Emilie Wickstead, to name just a few. Since we can’t wait for this fashion event to happen, we started to delve into the hottest designers and best shows of London Fashion Week 2019, so check out the London Fashion Week schedule here.

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London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week SS20 will take place from September 13 till September 17. It is an important event and London isn’t without reason one of the biggest fashion capitals of the world. Victoria Beckham, Stella McCartney and Simone Rocha are just some of Britain’s great fashion designers who currently dominate the fashion scene. We’ve listed the complete London Fashion Week schedule for SS20 for you, including some promising shows to watch.

Check also out the complete list of fashion week dates and schedules here.

London Fashion Week schedule

Friday September 13
09.00 am – Mark Fast
10.00 am – Jamie Wei Huang
11.00 am – Asai
01.00 pm – Bora Aksu
03.00 pm – Roberta Einer
05.00 pm – Pam Hogg
06.00 pm – Matty Bovan
07.00 pm – Paula Knorr
08.00 pm – Marta Jakubowski

Saturday September 14
10.00 am – Fyodor Golan
11.00 am – Ports 1961
12.00 pm – Sharon Wauchob
01.00 pm – Marques’Almeida
02.00 pm – Molly Goddard
03.00 pm – Halpern
04.00 pm – Toga
05.00 pm – House of Holland
06.00 pm – Rejina Pyo
07.00 pm – A.W.A.K.E. MODE
08.00 pm – Fashion For Relief

Sunday September 15
09.00 am – Natasha Zinko x DUO
10.00 am – David Koma
11.00 am – Preen by Thornton Bregazzi
12.00 pm – Roland Mouret
01.00 pm – Margaret Howell
02.00 pm – Victoria Beckham
03.00 pm – Chalayan
04.00 pm – Emilia Wickstead
05.00 pm – Simone Rocha
07.00 pm – Ashish
08.00 pm – Fashion East

Monday September 16
09.00 am – Supriya Lele
10.00 am – Roksanda
11.00 am – Erdem
01.00 pm – JW Anderson
02.00 pm – Richard Malone
03.00 pm – Christopher Kane
05.00 pm – Burberry
06.00 pm – Huishan Zhang
07.00 pm – Richard Quinn
08.00 pm – Julien Macdonald

Tuesday September 17
09.00 am – Seoul Fashion Week Exchange
11.00 am – pushBUTTON
01.00 pm – Charlotte Knowles
03.00 pm – Bobby Abley
07.00 pm – On|Off Presents…

Fashion brands to watch

Which fashion shows should you attend at London Fashion Week? To make the choice a little easier, we’ve picked 4 designers to watch.

1. Mark Fast

Mark Fast is a British knitwear designer well known for his use of not so standard techniques and high quality fabrics.Every creation is knitted handmade on classic knitting machines. Every piece forms perfectly onto the body once you wear it. Amongst others, Lara Stone, Beyoncé, Niki Minaj and Cardi B are some of his famous clientele.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B0BvTgmHd-8/

2. Chalayan

Chalayan brand is celebrated for innovation and the ability to push boundaries through it’s seasonal shows and Museum exhibitions. Hussein Chalayan has won the British Fashion Designer of the Year twice, which was well deserved. Expect minimalistic but very innovative designs and other breath taking creations.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B0539OWBd6u/

3. Ashish

Just like Allessadro Michele, Ashish is a maximalist designer who isn’t afraid of color clashes and over the top fashion items. Ashish Gupta has grown his eponymous label by winning the NEWGEN award multiple times. On top of this, his collections have been viewed at The Met and the Victoria & Albert Museum. We’re very excited for his show.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B00FybmAeWA/

4. pushBUTTON

Since introducing his very first collection in 2010, fashion designer Seung Gun has been one of the hottest designers ever since. Gun views fashion as genderless and very dependent on the one who wears a certain piece. A vision we share.

Fun fact: Seung Gun used to be a K-pop singer. We’re happy he chose fashion.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bzh7GmQjPXc/

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