London Fashion week is already in full swing, with chic launch parties on Tuesday September 12 kicking-off six days of stylish celebrations and Spring/Summer 2020 collections.
One of the Duchess of Cambridges favourite brands, Temperley London has already showed their new collection on Friday September 13 along with other designers such as Amanda Wakeley, but London Fashion Week runs until Tuesday September 17 and there is still time to get tickets to the public events on Sunday 15th September.
What is the London Fashion week schedule?
Although there are already two days of London Fashion Week behind us, there are still four days of fashionable events still to take place, with events, catwalks and presentations running every day from today, Saturday 14 September until Tuesday September 17.
Sunday 15th September will see some of the biggest names reveal their new collections, with designers such as Victoria Beckham, Emilia Wickstead and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi all showing.
Big British fashion brands ERDEM and Burberry both have catwalk presentations on Monday 16th September.
View the full London Fashion Week schedule for 2019 at londonfashionweek.co.uk.
Where is London Fashion week held?
London Fashion Week catwalks and presentations take place at venues across London, but for the public the main venue is the BFC SHOW SPACE.
The BFC Show Space is at a venue called The Store X and is located at 180 Strand in Central London.
Can you still get tickets for London Fashion Week
Yes, you can, but youll need to be quick!
Most of the London Fashion Week catwalk shows and events are By Invitation Only, however on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 September the general public can by tickets to a public catwalk shows and a day of talks and events at the BFC Show Space.
Tickets cost £135 per person and on Saturday this will buy you access to a catwalk show by Alexa Chung and on Sunday you can see the self-portrait and House of Holland catwalks.