The provisional schedule for London Fashion Week presented by Clearpay will be taking place from Friday 16th to Tuesday 20th September 2022.
This season will be showcasing collection launches from over 90 designers.
The provisional hybrid digital-physical schedule will include the iconic
British luxury brand Burberry, who returns to London after a short hiatus and RAF SIMONS, who will be
making his LFW catwalk debut. Further highlights include collection launches from established brands Emilia Wickstead, ERDEM, JW Anderson, Huishan Zhang, Molly Goddard, Rejina Pyo, ROKSANDA and Simone
Rocha. This years’ BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund winner Richard Quinn will be returning to the schedule
as well as BFC Fashion Trust recipients Completedworks, Richard Malone, SUPRIYA LELE and TOVE.
LFW will showcase the cultural progressiveness of the city through a series of emblematic and immersive cultural physical and digital experiences presented by a dynamic mix of emerging and established design talent, brands and retailers. Additional participating
designers include: 16Arlington, Chopova Lowena, DANIEL w. FLETCHER, EDWARD CRUTCHLEY, FASHION
EAST, HALPERN and KNWLS.
This season, the BFC NEWGEN Show Space will showcase some of the city’s most exciting talent, including designers ANCUȚA SARCA, ASAI, Bethany Williams, Chet Lo, DI PETSA, EFTYCHIA, FEBEN, HARRI, HELEN KIRKUM, Leo Carlton, MASHA POPOVA, Nensi Dojaka, Paolo Carzana, S.S DALEY, Sinéad O’Dwyer, Stefan Cooke and yuhan wang. The Official Partner of BFC NEWGEN is TikTok. NEWGEN will return to The Old Selfridges Hotel, thanks to the generous support of Selfridges.
The LFW digital hub londonfashionweek.co.uk, will continue to be accessible – the BFC works collaboratively with participating designers to produce and showcase exclusive content bringing
together fashion, culture and technology.
City-Wide Celebration will return this season, a curated programme of unique experiences and activations
open to the public over LFW, spearheaded by inclusivity and consciousness, moving the fashion conversation
forward through industry wide participation and partnerships. The programme is an extension of LFW aiming
to unite London in a festival of creativity and innovation, hosting events and activations in partnership with key retailers, cultural institutions, and businesses.
LFW continues to be a cultural platform for change and encourages action around important issues
surrounding the British fashion industry. In line with the BFC’s Institute of Positive Fashion, inclusive of the
recent report by the BFC and MBS Group analysing diversity and inclusion in the fashion industry, and the
unveiling of the BFC’s 10-year Fashion Industry Sustainable Change Programme, the BFC and LFW continue
to encourage everyone participating to play their part as changemakers to create a better world and a
fashion industry we are all proud of.
Just News International acknowledges the support and generosity of BFC partners for London Fashion Week. Principal Partner: Clearpay. Official Partners: Diet Coke, JD.COM, INC, The Londoner and TONI&GUY. Official Supporters: Department for International Trade, European
Regional Development Fund and Mayor of London.
Photo courtesy of Burberry Autumn/Winter 2022 Womenswear