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1 year ago, by Voir Editorial Team BFC Shares Their Provisional Schedule For LFW This February

1 year ago, by Voir Editorial Team

BFC Shares Their Provisional Schedule For LFW This February

Get ready to mark your calendars as the dates are in, from Friday the 17th to Tuesday the 21st of February 2023, London will be going fashion frenzy. Yes, you guessed it, the annual London Fashion Week (LFW) held in February is upon us.

It is never too early to start talking about LFW; the anticipation and excitement has been bubbling. So, we are very pleased to announce the provisional schedule for the week has been released. The British Fashion Council (BFC) has announced the week of shows which will highlight trends and talent will be a hybrid of online and offline shows. Specifications regarding timings and format will be finalised and released in January 2023 for both digital and physical lineups.

So, the burning question is of course, what can we expect at the BFC’s LFW 2023? Well, we know both menswear and womenswear designers will showcase their collections for AW 23/24 and we will witness Burberry’s first collection under the influence of their new creative director, Daniel Lee. If more intrigue is needed, don’t fret, there is plenty to keep us on our toes. We can also expect wonderful moments from Christopher Kane, Molly Goddard, Erdem, Simone Rocha and Roksanda.

2023 is a monumental year for BFC as they celebrate the 30th anniversary of their NEWGEN initiative. BFC set up the scheme in 1993 for aspiring designers to show their collections at LFW and gain support for their businesses in the hopes of creating global luxury brand success in the future. Beginning this LFW, the anniversary celebrations will allow creatives to come together to appreciate the past alumni of the initiative as well as celebrate the city’s rich history within the industry. The Old Selfridges Hotel will graciously return as host for the NEWGEN show space. This year we have participation from notable designers such as Nensi Dojaka, HELEN KIRKUM, ASAI, Yuhan Wang, MASHA POPOVA and Conner Ives.

In support of Ukrainian fashion this season’s schedule will showcase Ukranian designers FROLOV, KSENIASCHNAIDER AND PASKAL. The initiative not only aims to promote the creativity and fashion scene of Ukraine, but also the hope and resilience Ukranian designers and citizens are holding.

For industry professionals attending physical shows this coming February, accreditation opens in January.

Words by Erin Wilson

Header: London Fashion Week


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